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Higgs Fletcher & Mack adds business litigator

Higgs Fletcher & Mack has added attorney Christina Bobb to its business litigation practice group. She comes to Higgs after four years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Bobb served as a judge advocate in the USMC from 2010-2012 and most recently ended her year-long service as defense counsel in Quantico, Va., and Afghanistan.

“Christina has quite an impressive military background as well as a successful track record as defense counsel,” said John Morrell, managing partner of Higgs Fletcher & Mack. “The business litigation practice group will surely benefit from her knowledge and trial experience. We are happy to add her to the Higgs team.”

During Bobb’s time as defense counsel in the Marine Corps, she represented service members and managed pre- to post-trial matters, including preparing witnesses, offering clemency, negotiating with prosecution and advising service members on rights and options for military justice issues.

Prior to joining the USMC, Bobb worked as a trial attorney for the city of San Diego in the juvenile dependency court, dealing with child abuse, parental rights termination processes and other related matters.

She earned her J.D. from California Western School of Law.

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