Klinedinst Los Angeles welcomes Kristine Hubbard. Ms. Hubbard dedicates her practice to business litigation, employment, construction, and intellectual property litigation.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Klinedinst PC is pleased to announce the addition of associate attorney Kristine Hubbard to the firm’s Los Angeles office. Ms. Hubbard will focus her practice on commercial and business litigation, corporate counseling, employment counseling and litigation, and trademark and copyright prosecution and litigation.
Ms. Hubbard has experience in representing a variety of companies from large general contractors and beverage companies to start-ups in their various business, employment, and intellectual property needs.
“Kristi brings a wide-range of business litigation experience to the team,” said Robert Hatem, Managing Shareholder of the Los Angeles office. “Her work ethic and litigation knowledge are first-rate additions and we are pleased to have her join the Los Angeles office.”
Ms. Hubbard earned her Juris Doctor from University of San Diego School of Law. Before graduating cum laude, Ms. Hubbard was Senior Associate to the Journal for Climate and Energy Law. She also served as judicial extern for the Hon. Ruben B. Brooks, and received the Wiley W. Manual Award and the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program Distinguished Service Award. Ms. Hubbard received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Loyola Marymount University.
Klinedinst PC is pleased to welcome Ms. Hubbard to the firm. To learn more about Ms. Hubbard, please visit:
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