Christina Huszcza defends clients in product liability and mass tort litigation in state and federal courts. Her practice focuses on design defect, manufacturing defect, and failure to warn claims brought against manufacturers.


Prior to joining Taylor Anderson, Christina worked for Tucker Ellis LLP where she defended manufacturers in complex product liability litigation. Most of her work was for pharmaceutical companies and their subsidiaries, with a particular emphasis on medical devices.

In December 2016, Christina successfully completed her first jury trial in Colorado state court. After 4 days of testimony, including 9 expert witnesses, and claimed damages topping $1,000,000, the jury returned a verdict for the Plaintiff in the amount of $558.00. She has also taken and defended several depositions and has extensive experience in coordinated proceedings and multi-district litigation.  


Lifestyles of the Young and Elegant, DRI's Sharing Success, December 2014

Book Review: Medical Devices Law and Regulation Answer Book, The Colorado Lawyer, November 2014

Professional Affiliations

American Bar Association, 2013 - 2017

Colorado Women's Bar Association, 2013 - 2017

Past Employment

Tucker Ellis LLP

Podoll & Podoll

  • University of Denver
    • International Business - 2008
  • University of Denver, Daniels College of Business
    • Masters of Business Administration - 2009
  • University of Denver Sturm College of Law
    • JD - 2012
    • Honor: Order of St. Ives
Bar Admission
  • Colorado
Court Admission
  • U.S. District Court District of Colorado
Honors and Awards

ABA YLD, Star of the Quarter Award, Fall 2014, Mid Year 2016

Outstanding Services to the Pro Bono Panel, USDC Colorado, 2015

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