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Over a period of twenty years, Christine Page represented businesses and employees in employment disputes, prosecuting and defending claims through all stages of litigation, including jury trial, arbitration hearing, and appeal.  She also represented clients before the California Labor Commissioner, California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, EEOC, and Department of Labor Standards Enforcement. Through this experience, she acquired subject matter expertise in the following areas:


  • Discrimination based on race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, and sexual orientation

  • Wrongful termination in violation of public policy

  • Failure to reasonably accommodate disability and/or engage in interactive process

  • Interplay of disability and workers compensation claims

  • Sexual harassment and harassment based on other protected classes

  • Good faith investigations of harassment and retaliation claims

  • Protected leave claims under FMLA, CFRA, and PDL

  • Violation of anti-retaliation statutes, including whistleblower claims

  • Invasion of employee privacy through testing or monitoring

  • Misappropriation of trade secrets and related unfair competition claims

  • Breach of compensation agreements, including commission and incentive pay terms

  • Class action and individual wage and hour violations, including misclassification of exempt or independent contractor status, meal/rest break requirements, and off-the-clock and other timekeeping issues,

  • PAGA claims

  • Unruh Civil Rights Act violations

Christine understands that the human element is key to resolving employment claims.  She focuses on understanding the emotional content so that she can guide the parties to make informed and rational decisions about their options.  She normally meets separately with each side but, depending on the dynamics of each case, may encourage parties and counsel to communicate directly with each other in open session in order to further mutual understanding or explore non-monetary settlement terms.







Over a period of eighteen years, Christine Page represented commercial and residential property owners in litigation, prosecuting and defending claims through all stages of litigation, including court trial, arbitration hearing, and appeal. She has acquired expertise in the following areas:


  • Boundary disputes involving claims of prescriptive easement, equitable easement, adverse possession, nuisance, and trespass

  • Breach of commercial lease and landlord/tenant remedies

  • Homeowners Association disputes

  • Breach of residential purchase agreements, including claims for failure to disclose defects

  • Failure to maintain claims against manufactured housing owners

  • Construction defect, construction delay, and mechanics lien claims

  • Fair Housing violations under FEHA and Unruh Act

  • Accessibility claims under ADA and Unruh Act


Throughout her career as a litigator, Christine Page specialized in representing broker-dealers and financial advisors regarding customer and industry disputes in state and federal court and before FINRA arbitration panels.  She has also handled FINRA regulatory matters on behalf of financial advisors.  She has acquired expertise in the following areas:


  • Customer claims of unsuitability, unauthorized trading, churning, negligence, and fraud against broker-dealers and financial advisors

  • Breach of trade secret and Protocol violations by departing financial advisors

  • Raiding and unfair competition claims

  • Breach of promissory notes/EFL’s

  • Expungement claims regarding Form U4 and U5 disclosures

  • FINRA inquiries, investigations, and enforcement actions against financial advisors

Christine acquired further expertise by serving as an arbitrator/mediator for FINRA Dispute Resolution for over twenty years.








Throughout her career as a litigator, Christine Page represented companies and individuals in commercial disputes.  Her experience includes:


  • Breach of contract in numerous industries, including commercial real estate, construction, entertainment, manufacturing/distribution, financial, software, and healthcare

  • Misappropriation of trade secrets and unfair competition

  • Disputes between owners in partnerships, LLC’s, and family owned businesses

  • Derivative actions alleging breach of fiduciary duty and self dealing

  • Licensing and franchise disputes


"Don't let yesterday use up too much of today." - Will Rogers

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