Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business
Graduate Certificate in Legal Practice
Admitted as a Solicitor in New South Wales 2008
Admitted as a Solicitor of the High Court of Australia 2008
Vice President of Ladies Insolvency Professionals (LIPS)
Member of the Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (ARITA)
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Insolvency, Business Recoveries & Bankruptcy
- Intellectual Property
Christina's practice encompasses a broad range of litigation matters, including commercial and contractual disputes, property related disputes, debt recovery, intellectual property, bankruptcy, winding up and corporate insolvency. Christina is also responsible for handling copyright infringement matters on behalf of the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft.
Christina regularly appears as an advocate in Court and is experienced in conducting litigation on behalf of commercial and private clients. Christina is focused on achieving commercial and beneficial outcomes for her clients and understands her clients' needs for clear and concise practical legal advice.
What our clients say about Christina...
"I would like to pass on to you both just how impressive Christina has been all through this matter to date. The communication has been clear, concise and constant. The desired result was achieved quickly with focus and ultimately determination. We and our client are absolutely delighted with the service we have received from Christina and the whole team at Eakin McCaffery Cox."
"In my opinion, Ms. Cavallaro has provided exceptionally high quality advice with sound reasoning and to that end, she is professional, extremely helpful and a delight to work with".
"Despite the contrasting nature of each of the briefs given to your firm, Christina displayed a capacity to understand our requirements clearly. Her communication skills are outstanding. Her professionalism, keen eye for detail and practical approach kept our projects on track and within budget and for that we are grateful".
Christina graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a combined Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business. Christina joined Eakin McCaffery Cox Lawyers in 2009 prior to which she gained invaluable experience as a litigation lawyer at a boutique Sydney law firm.
Christina is also the Vice President of Ladies Insolvency Professionals (LIPS), a networking association for women in the insolvency industry.
Infringers: Profanity War - Trademark Infringement
Voidable Transactions and the Race Against Time - ARITA Journal
When is a Contract Claim a Bankrupt’s Claim? - Law Society Journal
Into the Unknown - Insolvency and Intellectual Property
Battle Strategies: Winning at Patent Litigation
A Change of Mark Specification - Trade Marks and Technology
Copyright Problems Emerge - New Copyright Issues
Drop the Beat - Copyright Issues in the Music Industry
3D Revolution - The Effect of 3D printing on Intellectual Property
The Amazing Enforce-men - International Enforcement of Intellectual Property
Can an Adviser to a Company be a Shadow Director? - Seminar presentation