Christina Trinh represents individual and corporate clients in complex and intellectual property litigation in state and federal courts, including breach of contract, fraud, patent litigation, professional negligence, and trade secret misappropriation matters.

Prior to joining Thomas Whitelaw & Kolegraff LLP, Ms. Trinh was a judicial extern in the Patent Pilot Program at the United States District Court, Central District of California. As a member of the Patent Pilot Program, Ms. Trinh was responsible for the patent dockets of seven (7) district court judges.

Representative Cases:

Representative Cases:

Pabban Development, Inc. v. Kyphon Sarl (9th Cir.): Member of appellate team on successful defense of $15 million judgment on breach of contract claim.


State Bar of California
United States District Court, Central District of California
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals


Ms. Trinh received her Juris Doctor from University of Southern California, Gould School of Law in 2015. During law school, Ms. Trinh received the American Jurisprudence Award in International Business Transactions and Carl Mason Franklin Award in International Law. Also during law school, Ms. Trinh served as the Executive Lieutenant Governor for the Ninth Circuit division of the American Bar Association – Law Student Division, and on the Library and Technology Committee and LA Supreme Court Philanthropy Committee of the Student Bar Association. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in political science with a focus on intellectual property law and political theory from University of California, Irvine.


Orange County Bar Association
Orange County Asian American Bar Association
Orange County Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
Los Angeles Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
Asian Pacific American Bar Association