Kristina Fridman is an associate in the New York office of Baker McKenzie and a member of the Dispute Resolution Group. She has experience in international arbitration and general commercial matters. Kristina also has some experience with compliance investigations.
She received the Parker School Certificate for her studies in foreign and comparative law while at Columbia Law School.
Representative Legal Matters
Represented the owners of a foreign pharmaceutical company and their U.S. entities in a JAMS arbitration brought by the former CEO and minority shareholder.
Represented a multinational pharmaceutical company in an ICC arbitration related to a post-acquisition earn-out dispute.
Represented an energy insurance mutual in a coverage dispute with one of its members.
Assisted in representing a multi-national distribution company attempting to quash a Section 1782 discovery request in aid of two arbitrations related to the termination of contract for services in the Middle East.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- New York State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- New York~United States (2018)
- Columbia Law School (JD) (2017)
- American University (BS magna cum laude, honors) (2011)
Contributor, Baker McKenzie International Litigation & Arbitration Alert, North America