A member of the firm’s Business Litigation Group, Kristina Hovsepyan focuses her practice on financial services disputes and litigation claims, with a particular focus on data privacy law. She has litigated auto finance, wire fraud, faithless bookkeeper, and mortgage servicing disputes in state and federal courts and arbitration.

Kristina graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law, where she served as program director of the Honors Moot Court External Board and competed in the ABA Negotiations Competition. She has a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from the University of Maryland and was a four-year student-athlete on the women’s tennis team.

Representative Experience

  • Defended banks in a variety of disputes ranging from fraud and forgery, including wire fraud, to legal order processing
  • Defended banks in cases involving California privacy laws in state and federal courts
  • Litigated mortgage servicing disputes, including predatory lending and wrongful foreclosure