Christina Terplan

Founding Partner & President

Christina focuses her practice on technology, cyber, and privacy law. She represents insurers on cyber, privacy, and intellectual property claims brought against companies and public entities. She also counsels insurers regarding data breach and cyber events, including the investigation of such events, notifications to consumers and regulators, and the defense of regulatory investigations and class action lawsuits. A major focus for Christina is on working with insurers on the development of new insurance programs and manuscripted coverages for evolving cyber and data breach events. Outside work, Christina can be found laughing with friends over a glass (or two) of wine, spending time with her daughters, and exercising way too hard on a stationary bike. She received her J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and her B.S. from the University of California, Davis.

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