Kristina specialises in litigation and arbitration. She advises and represents national and international companies and financial institutions in all areas of business and commercial law.
As a member of our Hamburg-based Skills Group Insolvency Disputes, Kristina has a special focus on advising her clients in insolvency-related matters. She is also a member of our International Arbitration Group, and regularly acts as secretary to the arbitral tribunal in arbitration proceedings under the rules of the The German Arbitration Institute (DIS).
Advising a global manufacturer of home appliances in multijurisdictional disputes arising out of the insolvency of a commercial customer, including developing and implementing the defence against claw-back and tort claims brought forward by an insolvency administrator.
Defending a leading German financial institution against a claw-back action filed by an insolvency administrator.
Acting for one of the world’s leading shipping companies in an insolvency-related arbitration.
Defending a German insurance company against a claim in connection with the redemption of a credit loan.
Advising and representing a global OEM in its worldwide defence against compliance-related customer claims brought against the OEM and its dealers.
Kristina studied law at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. She completed her legal clerkship (Referendariat) at the Hanseatisches Oberlandesgericht (Hamburg Appellate Court), during which she worked in Freshfields' Hamburg and London offices. Kristina was admitted to the Hamburg bar as Rechtsanwältin in 2016.
In 2020, she was seconded to Dr. Reiner Hall, attorney at the Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) in Karlsruhe. During her secondment, she gathered first-hand insights into the law of third-instance appeals.