Kristen Lee Price helps individuals and businesses navigate the complexities of commercial and corporate litigation matters. READ MORE
Clients appreciate Kristen’s keen legal mind and her ability to communicate complicated legal issues in a simple and cogent manner. She handles a wide array of disputes and matters involving business, toxic torts, product liability matters, insurance coverage and bad faith, class actions, and other tort liabilities. Kristen has also advised clients regarding data privacy regulatory and compliance issues, responded to data breaches, and represented clients in governmental investigations.
Kristen is a warm, compassionate, and dedicated attorney who prioritizes understanding her clients’ concerns and needs. Whether handling a deposition, mediation, or trial, federal or state court, California, Oregon, or Washington matter, Kristen is pragmatic, direct, and confident. She knows when to aggressively litigate but also builds and maintains good relationships, even with opposing counsel, to help clients efficiently and effectively achieve their goals.
When she is not in the courtroom or at her desk, Kristen is exploring the PNW with her pup Bella (whether hiking, camping, or backpacking), enjoying live music, rock climbing with her partner, practicing wine appreciation, or globetrotting whenever the opportunity presents itself.
Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, LLP, Associate (2017-2020)
Haight Brown and Bonesteel
U.S. District Court, Southern District of California, Judicial Extern (2013)
U.S. Attorney's Office, Civil Division, Law Clerk (2013)
American Cancer Society, Community Relationship Manager (2007-2011)
Multnomah Country Bar Association, Member
Lawyers Club of San Diego, Member (2011-2020)
Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Member (2017-2020)
"Ones to Watch," Best Lawyers®, Commercial Litigation (2021-2022)
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