Christina Capobianco is a partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Philadelphia office. She is a trial-tested litigator whose reputation for defending regional and national businesses and insurers in diverse civil litigation matters rests on a record of successful trials, arbitrations, and mediations. She brings to each matter an approach to defense strategy that is assertive, versatile, and marked by meticulous discovery and evidence-gathering.
Christina is an experienced transportation litigator and a leader in the firm’s transportation practice group. She has a wealth of experience representing trucking companies and truck drivers in accident-related claims alleging personal injury, catastrophic loss, and property damage.
Christina devotes significant time to the promotion and education of the trucking industry and is a frequent lecturer on topics of interest within the trucking community. She is on the steering committee of the Defense Research Institute’s Trucking Law Committee and a member of Women In Trucking.
Christina is also a member of the firm’s professional liability practice group and defends lawyers, insurance agents and brokers, and other professionals against claims alleging malpractice. She has represented professional clients in complex litigation, some with exposures in excess of $20 million. In addition, Christina defends media professionals and others, including authors and publishers, in claims involving false advertising and defamation.
Christina also defends and advises school districts in education-related matters, including civil rights claims and student expulsions. She has also represented insurers and businesses in insurance coverage claims, bad faith claims, premises liability and commercial litigation.
Prior to entering private practice, Christina served as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas A. Brown, Jr. in the Camden County New Jersey Superior Court and served as a legal intern to the Honorable Theodore McKee in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
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