Christina is a paralegal in Taft's Dayton office. For more than 10 years, she has worked exclusively in the area of government contracts law. Christina effectively facilitates communication related to protests, disputes and investigations between clients, attorneys and informational technology specialists when handling electronic data. She has extensive experience assisting with witness interviews and in gathering and analyzing documents during the course of both internal and government investigations related to compliance issues, fraud and other misconduct. Christina excels in legal research and brings a keen ability to navigate a myriad of resources applicable to federal procurements.
Prior to her current role, Christina worked for several years on complex litigation matters utilizing several office and courtroom legal technologies. She is certified in LAW, PreDiscovery EDD, Lexis Mastery and Kroll Ontrack Electronic Discovery.
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- University of Dayton
Bachelor's degree in political science
- Sinclair Community College