Ag v Caruso, Siracusa and Verga 
In December 2015 Christina appeared for Mr Caruso in the biggest fraud case that has come before the Jersey Court to date. Mr Caruso was charged with a $20 billion fraud along with two other Italian nationals. Mr Caruso was acquitted and returned to his family in Italy.
Fogarty v St Martin’s Cottage Limited  JRC068
This case marked a fundamental change to Jersey property law which will affect the advice given by property lawyers to their clients. Christina successfully defended the Plaintiff’s application to order the removal of an encroachment. The Plaintiff relied on the 1979 case of Felard Investments Limited v Church of Our Lady which had determined Jersey property law did not allow the Court to permit an encroachment to remain by awarding damages instead. The Court in Fogarty disagreed with Felard, allowed the encroachment to remain and awarded the Plaintiff damages instead. The case is being appealed.
Pitman and Pitman v Jersey Evening Post and 1st Jersey Limited  JRC092
Christina represented two high-profile local politicians in a very rare Jersey defamation trial.
AG v Norris and Norris  JRC 174
Christina represented Mr Liam Norris who pleaded guilty to conspiring to import the largest haul of cannabis to date, into Jersey. In the confiscation hearing the Crown claimed Norris had a benefit figure of nearly £2million and had hidden assets of over £364,000. Even though the court found Norris to be an unreliable witness the Court accepted Christina’s submissions that the evidence did not support a hidden assets claim by the Crown which meant Norris received no further custodial sentence.
Saint v Le Feuvre JRC 142D
Representing the Defendant in one of the few personal injury cases to reach the Royal Court, Christina successfully argued Mr Le Feuvre was not liable for the injuries caused to Mr Saint. The Judgement is useful authority to practitioners specialising in this area as the Court quantified the claim Mr Saint would have been entitled to, had he proved liability. In particular the Court confirmed the approach to be taken by the Courts in relation to the discount figure to be used by the Jersey courts in the absence of expert evidence suggesting otherwise.
Colback trading as Pro-Fit Services v Deerglen JRC049
In one of the rare building/construction cases heard by the Royal Court, Christina successfully argued on behalf of the Plaintiff that the construction work carried out by the Plaintiff for the Defendant was fit for purpose. The decision considered the relationship between contractors and sub-contractors and the level of supervision that was required by the main contractor.
In the matter of Caversham Trustees and Andre Crichton JRC065
Christina, with Christopher Scholefield, successfully represented the Beneficiary. The Court examined the Trustees’ duties to transfer assets in a timely manner and determined that the Trustees had delayed in transferring the trusts’ assets.
Flynn v Reid  (1) JLR370
In this ground-breaking case, Christina successfully sought the equitable remedy of unjust enrichment to secure an interest in her client’s ex-partner’s property, despite the fact it was registered in his sole name.