Christine Davis is an experienced appellate advocate, regularly handling all aspects of appellate litigation in state and federal courts. Christine concentrates her practice on administrative litigation, complex commercial litigation, medical malpractice, personal injury, health care, products liability, constitutional litigation, and insurance coverage issues, including bad faith actions. She has represented large hospitals and other health care providers, corporations, insurance companies, manufacturers, and governmental entities, among others, in all of these areas.
In addition to her traditional appellate work, a large part of Christine's practice involves serving as appellate counsel before and at trial, through which she has logged countless courtroom hours. This work involves attending trial and assisting with general trial strategy, ensuring the record is preserved for appeal, and drafting and arguing legal motions, case dispositive motions, jury instructions, and post-trial motions.
Christine frequently provides presentations to her clients, trial lawyers, and other organizations on topics relating to appellate issues and the best trial practices from an appellate lawyer’s point of view, which covers every part of litigation, from the filing of the complaint to the filing of the appeal. She also regularly presents on substantive areas of the law in which she practices, set forth above.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christine R. Davis