Christina J. Grigorian works with clients in all matters related to banks, bank holding companies, and state-licensed consumer and commercial lenders. She counsels the firm’s financial institution clients concerning structural and operational issues, including legislative developments impacting such operations and has worked with companies and individuals in the establishment of de novo entities, such as national banks, federal savings banks and state-chartered institutions, as well as state-licensed lenders.
Christina works with lead generators (marketers), installers and solar companies in connection with the compliant offering of solar products directly to consumers. Related to this, Christina has reviewed contractual agreements between commercial entities related to the provision of such products and services as well as lease and purchase agreements provided directly to consumers.
While attending law school, Christina served as the editor in chief of The Business Lawyer, a joint publication of the University of Maryland School of Law and the American Bar Association Section of Business Law. She also was a quarterfinalist in the Morris B. Myerowitz Moot Court Competition in 1996.