Christina M. Morgan


Christina Morgan is an attorney at the firm’s Carlsbad office. Ms. Morgan is a seasoned litigator with more than a decade of experience representing corporations, corporate officers and directors, insurance companies, public entities, and licensed professional in matters across Arizona and California. She has handled a wide variety of cases, including professional negligence, contractual disputes, business torts, fraud, defamation, real estate disputes, insurance bad faith, and appeals. Time and again, she has proven herself a skilled negotiator who obtains positive outcomes for her clients.

In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Morgan is a Certified Information Privacy Professional. She is well-versed on federal and state privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Ms. Morgan routinely conducts privacy reviews for private sector clientele, counsels clients on privacy compliance, and drafts privacy policies. From her time as an in-house corporate attorney, Ms. Morgan is also experienced in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts. She is also available to assist with business formation and business dissolution.

  • Certified Informational Privacy Professional (CIPP/US)
  • CCPA Enforcement Begins as AG Proposes Rules, Best Best & Krieger Legal Alerts, July 2020
  • The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation: What Is It and How Can I Comply? RIVERSIDE LAWYER, Nov. 2019,
    at 25-26.
  • “The SEC Takes Action to Protect Retail Investors,” Privacy Teaches and Breaches, September 2017
  • “Questions Remain as to Extent of HBO Cyberattack,” Privacy Teaches and Breaches, August 2017
  • “Cybersecurity Challenges in the Workplace,” Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani Legal Education Conference, Los
    Angeles, CA, June 29, 2017
  • “Recent Suit Highlights the Importance of Data Security for Law Firms,” Privacy Teaches and Breaches, December
  • “Investigation Underway After Sharp Grossmont Hospital Shared Private Patient Videos with Third Party,” Privacy
    Teaches and Breaches, May 2016
  • “Corona Class Action Against Sony Pictures Survives Motion to Dismiss,” Privacy Teaches and Breaches, June
  • Don’t Be a Plaintiff’s Lawyer’s Next Victim: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Data Breach Litigation, FOR THE DEFENSE,
    Feb. 2015, at 38.
  • Defending Against Bad Faith: A Nuts and Bolts Review of the Fair Debatability Doctrine and California’s Genuine
    Dispute Doctrine, 36 Ins. Litig. Rep. 605, 609-615, 2014