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Christina Richardson
Staff Attorney

Each case is unique and each client has his or her own precise objectives. We tailor our services to obtain those objectives as quickly, effectively and efficiently as possible, all while compassionately and strongly advocating for each of our clients. 

Christina Richardson’s practice focuses on all aspects of family law, including divorce proceedings, marital property valuation and characterization, premarital agreements, enforcement actions, child custody and support issues, modification proceedings, adoptions and other child-related issues.

She graduated with a B.F.A. from the University of Houston and with a J.D. from the South Texas College of Law. Following law school she served as a clerk for Judge Larry Weiman, Texas 80th District Court, and for Judge Evelyn Keyes, First Court of Appeals of Texas.

Representative Experience
  • Represented minority shareholder in buy-out proceeding involving fraud and breach of contract
  • Represented approximately 60 shareholders against telecom company and stock promoter for fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims resulting in multi-million dollar jury award
  • Represented minority shareholder in squeeze-out case involving janitorial company for fraud, shareholder oppression, and breach of fiduciary duty resulting in jury award of damages and punitive damages awards over $1 million

Published Appeals

  • 574 S.W.3d 444 (Tex. App.--Houston [1st Dist.] 2018, pet. denied)
  • 515 S.W.3d 495 (Tex. App.--Houston [14th Dist., 2017, no pet.)
  • 516 B.R. 106 (S.D. Tex. 2014)
Thought Leadership / News
September 23, 2020 
 Press Releases
February 2017 
 Thought Leadership
Filling in the Gaps: Shareholder Oppression After Ritchie v. Rupe, Part 1

47 Tex. J. Bus. Law 

November 2013 
 Thought Leadership
Shareholder Oppression: Is it a Cause of Action

Advanced Business Law Course

2013 
 Thought Leadership
A New Associate’s Excellent Adventure

76 Tex. Bar J. 473

Honors
  • Texas Verdicts Hall of Fame, No. 2 in Securities Law (2020)
  • Top 100 Jury Verdicts (2018)
  • Top 50 Jury Verdicts in United States (2015)
  • Top Texas Verdicts & Settlements, No. 1 in Fraud (2015)
Organizational Involvement

Professional Involvement, Memberships & Affiliations

  • Garland Walker Inns of Court (2013 - 2016)
Education
  • J.D., South Texas College of Law Houston, Articles Editor, South Texas Law Review; Senior Langdell Scholar; Dickerson-Moore Humanitarian Award; WE Family Law Award; Academic Merit Scholarship (2009)
  • B.F.A., summa cum laude, Art History and History, University of Houston (2006)
Judicial Clerkships
  • Judge Larry Weiman, 80th District Court
  • Judge Evelyn Keyes, First Court of Appeals
Bar Admission
  • Texas
Court Admission
  • United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Texas
When I Feel Most At Home
  • Playing with my three rescue chihuahuas
  • Enjoying a great glass of wine at a fine restaurant
  • Reading all types of books, great and small