With a growing trend toward taking more ESG measures, some companies are at risk of lawsuits from consumers involving plastic packaging. Here are some best practices boards should know about to mitigate the risk of litigation. In a recent trend, citizen advocates and environmental groups have been filing lawsuits asserting novel theories against major companies that use or rely on plastic, even if the companies do not produce plastic products or are not involved in…
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Christina Wong is a senior litigation associate in Baker McKenzie's San Francisco office. She represents foreign and domestic corporations involved in high-stakes commercial litigation and white-collar defense, with a focus on cross-border disputes. She is a member of the Firm's North America Commercial Litigation Group, Trade Secrets Practice Group, and Antitrust Practice Group. Christina handles complex business disputes for large corporate clients in the technology and media, automotive and transportation, food and beverage, and consumer goods industries. She has hands-on experience with all stages of litigation, including pretrial matter management, depositions, complex motion practice, jury trial, and appellate review. Christina also practices in the area of white-collar defense, and represents clients in connection with government enforcement actions arising out of alleged violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act, securities laws, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).