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Christina M. Barringer

Senior Attorney
fax +1 412.394.2555

Christina M. Barringer maintains a commercial law and transactional practice encompassing a broad range of secured and unsecured debt financing types.

Her experience extends to single lender and syndicated credits, tax-exempt financing, equipment financing, acquisition financing, asset-based lending, leveraged lending, subordinated debt, real estate and first lien/second lien structures, and restructurings of all such debt financing types.

Financial institutions call on Christina to negotiate and document credit facilities for public and private companies across industries and types of businesses, including manufacturing, food, technology, real estate, and retail products. She drafts various loan and collateral documents as well as related commercial agreements in connection with licensing, technology, equipment, real estate, and other vendor arrangements on behalf of her clients. Christina reviews organizational documents and commercial agreements from bank customers to complete the appropriate diligence required.

She also works with clients to negotiate confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements.

Clients appreciate Christina’s commitment to exceptional service. Christina is also Co-Chair of Clark Hill BOLD Pittsburgh, an interfirm leadership initiative promoting the professional growth, retention, and promotion of women throughout the firm, the legal profession, and the global business community.

Education

J.D., magna cum laude, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan, 2012
B.A., cum laude, Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, Ohio, 2008, Business Management

Memberships

Ohio Bar Association

Pennsylvania Bar Association

Allegheny County Bar Association

Member, New Leadership Council for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Advisory Board Member, Best Buddies Pennsylvania

State Bar Licenses

Pennsylvania, Ohio

Court Admissions

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
U.S. Bankruptcy Ct., W.D. of Pennsylvania
Articles
  • Casualty, Condemnation and Enforcement of Judgments: An Overview of the Impact of Casualty or Condemnation on Residential Leases and Considerations Regarding Collecting Back Rent and Damages, August 2016