Christina Marshall



Education and Clerkships

J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 2006, magna cum laude

B.A., Austin College, 2002, cum laude

  • Intern to the Honorable Judge Patterson, 2004


Texas, 2006


Christina Marshall advises clients in a wide range of business transactions including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, securities law issues, debt and equity capital raising and general corporate matters.

Christina previously served as the executive vice president and general counsel of the Chalak Mitra Group of Companies, which is a group of investment companies focused in the hospitality and sports industries, where she managed all legal, human resources, risk management, payroll, real estate and customer relations functions. In addition to her time as general counsel, Christina was also a founder and managing partner of a boutique Dallas law firm.

The breadth of matters Christina has handled and experiences she has encountered in her career provides Christina with a unique appreciation and understanding of the issues her clients face on a day-to-day basis, positioning her to be a valuable business partner and counselor.

Professional Recognition

  • Recognized by Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars, Thomson Reuters, 2013-2015 

Professional and Community Activities

  • Chair, Membership, Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas
  • Council Member, Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas
  • Board Member, Education Unbound (STEM)
  • Treasurer, Local Girl Scouts Troop

Selected Client Representations

  • Participated on the advisory board of a company that is creating a hardware and blockchain integrated solution for the sale and shipping of perishable goods.
  • Represented PalletOne, Inc. in the acquisition of a pallet production plant and the underlying real property in northeast Texas.
  • Represented Frankie Vs Kitchen, LLC in the sale and issuance of its Series A preferred stock.
  • Represented Mitra QSR KNE, LLC in the acquisition of restaurants in multiple transactions from unrelated sellers and the refinance of its senior existing credit facility.
  • Represented the special committee of a board of directors in its analysis and decision of whether the company should accept a multimillion, related party settlement.
  • Represented several not-for-profit entities in asset acquisition transactions.

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