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Providing high-quality legal services for businesses and individuals for over 20 years.  Along with an active business litigation practice, Christina has assisted and managed various real estate development companies and start-up companies.   Based in Seattle, Washington, Christina worked previously at a large Northwest law firm and Seattle boutique litigation firm before starting her own practice.  No matter the size of the client, her focus is on delivering high quality legal work at cost-efficient rates.   
Contact Information:

Christina Haring-Larson
Phone: (206) 632-4242
4111 E. Madison St. Ste #900
Seattle, WA

  • Obtained temporary restraining order and asset freeze against group of defendants based on fraud and violations of Criminal Racketeering Act.


  • Successfully entered $18 million judgment against defendants for breach of settlement agreement based on confession of judgment.


  • Represented numerous start-up companies and shareholders in business and employment disputes.

  • Prosecuted claims against former employee for misappropriation of company information, theft of intellectual property, and embezzlement of funds.


  • Defended claims for unpaid wages brought by terminated employees.


  • Defended client in federal court jury trial against multiple claims for breach of commercial leases, tortious interference, alter ego and fraudulent transfer claims arising out of divestiture of US retail stores.


  • Represented individual employees resigning from company in response to claims for misappropriation of trade secrets and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act claims.


  • Enjoined LLC member from management on behalf of co-member for misconduct.


  • Defended companies against claims for gender discrimination and retailiatory discharge in EEOC/HRC investigations.

  • Defended investor in cannabis business against Washington State Securities Act claim and successfully negotiated settlement after filing motion to dismiss claim.

  • Prosecuted Insurance Fair Conduct Act, bad faith and related claims related to denial of coverage.

  • Prosecuted claims by managing member against other members of LLC for breach of fiduciary duty, misrepresentation and dissolution.

  • Negotiated interim management agreement for LLC on behalf of managing member in dispute with several other members who invested in company.

  • Represented parent corporation of broker subsidiary in claim for securities fraud.

  • Defended “Jane Doe” employee against former co-worker’s attempts to reveal identity of the anonymous Amazon post disparaging former co-worker’s book under First Amendment and related laws.


  • Lead counsel for the entire spectrum of the litigation process, including discovery, summary judgment, pre-trial motions, depositions, mediation, trial and appeals.




Juris Doctorate, University of Washington (1999)

  • Order of the Barristers; Moot Court Honor Board -Vice President of Regionals.


B.A., English-Business, Summa cum laude, Washington State University (1996)

  • Phi Beta Kappa; Varsity Women’s Crew Team.




  • Administrative Law Judge, Office of Administrative Hearings (2021-2022)

  • University of Washington Law School Stewardship Committee (2021-2022)

  • Washington Law & Politics "Super Lawyer" in Business Litigation (2018-2022)

  • Guest Lecturer, “Business Litigation,” Copenhagen Business School (Fall 2014)

  • Washington Law & Politics “Rising Star” (2002-2014)

  • King County Bar Association: Judiciary & Litigation Committee (2017), Judicial Selection Committee (2006-2013), Judicial Conferencing Committee (2011-2012) and Young Lawyers Division Board of Trustees (2001-2004)

  • “Ethics – Class Actions,” Lorman Seminars CLE on Class Actions (2013)

  • “Discovery Rules & Tactics,” Washington State Bar Association CLE Presentation (2010)

  • “Intellectual Property Basics for the Angel Investor,” Keiretsu Forum (2006)

  • “Linking, Framing and Spidering: Copyright Claims after Perfect 10 v. Google,” Terralex Newsletter (2006)

  • Raising funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the “Team in Training” program

  • Washington Athletic Club Committees (various)



  • Over 20 years of experience at well-known large Northwest firm and various litigation boutiques; developed book of business as owner/member

  • Legal Extern, Judge Thomas Zilly, Western District of Washington (1999)

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