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Christina Cavallaro

special counsel, litigation and dispute resolution

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about Christina

sydney office +61 2 8298 9527
legal secretary: angie phan +61 2 8298 9570

about Christina

Christina Cavallaro enjoys finding innovative ways to address her clients’ concerns and ease the burden of complex litigation matters.

Stemming from her passion and care for clients, Christina Cavallaro has honed her craft in litigation and dispute resolution for more than 15 years. Her success is forged on a foundation of trust as she advises her clients on how to achieve their desired outcome.

Christina’s practice encompasses a broad range of litigation matters, including commercial and contractual disputes, equity matters, corporate insolvency, bankruptcy, building and construction disputes, property related disputes, misleading and deceptive conduct claims and disputes that arise between directors and shareholders.

She regularly represents commercial and private clients in the Supreme Court of NSW and the Federal Court of Australia, as well as in interstate jurisdictions. She is also experienced in acting for liquidators, administrators, receivers and managers, bankruptcy trustees, creditors and debtors in insolvency and restructuring matters.

Christina works closely with her clients, prioritising honest advice when communicating realistic outcomes. Her commitment to transparency throughout the litigation process helps clients understand what can be achieved to benefit their cause.

I pride myself on taking a practical approach to problem solving, having an eye for detail and maintaining good relationships with my clients to understand their needs and work with them in resolving tricky disputes.

Areas of Expertise

  • Bankruptcy
  • Building and construction disputes
  • Contractual and commercial disputes
  • Corporations law & insolvency
  • Debt recovery
  • Disputes between directors
  • Equity
  • Intellectual property disputes
  • Misleading and deceptive conduct
  • Property disputes
  • Shareholder claims


additional qualifications

contributor to arita journal
contributor to law society journal
contributor to asia ip magazine


arita advanced certification in insolvency

leadership positions

vice president of the ladies insolvency professionals committee

recent experience

  • former administrators validly appointed and entitled to remuneration

    Christina acted for the former administrators of a company in an application to the Supreme Court of NSW seeking orders for their remuneration. The directors of the company had commenced concurrent proceedings questioning the validity of the former administrators’ appointment and alleged that the former administrators had acted negligently. Christina worked closely with the former administrators to successfully defend the allegations against them and obtained declarations from the Court that their appointment was valid. The Court also determined that Christina’s clients were entitled to their remuneration for the work performed and awarded costs orders in their favour.

  • defence of multinational corporation facing damages claim

    Christina acted for the Australian subsidiary of a multinational corporation in defending Supreme Court proceedings. The claimant had sought extensive damages for misleading and deceptive conduct, negligent misrepresentations, breach of contract and unjust enrichment, which were denied. Christina was ultimately successful in negotiating a settlement to achieve a positive outcome for her client.