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Kristin L. Holland is a partner in Dentons' Honolulu office. Kristin litigates commercial, real estate, civil rights, class action and intellectual property matters. She develops efficient and intelligent strategies to win cases and resolve disputes for private and public corporations, media companies, lenders, real estate investment trusts (REITs) and rights holders ranging from social media websites to film studios to clothing retailers.
Holland has litigated copyright, trademark, trade secret, advertising, defamation and false light claims for media companies throughout the US. She regularly handles idea-theft disputes for major media companies as well as trademark litigation related to the titles of television series, and has defeated demands for temporary restraining orders. She has also litigated numerous copyright infringement cases related to fabric patterns, many through summary judgment and appeal and one through a jury trial on liability issues.
Holland has handled class actions involving sweeps of the homeless by the City and County of Honolulu, deprivation of special education services by the state Department of Education, and coverage for applied behavioral analysis treatment under Medicaid for children with autism. In California, she litigated class actions involving closed-captioning on DVDs, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, representations to consumers by an online travel company, California’s Unfair Competition statutes, student admissions at for-profit universities, and tenant complaints related to condominium conversion projects. She has also litigated securities fraud matters related to alleged misrepresentations in investment materials.
In the real estate field, Holland has litigated a wide range of cases from inception through appeal, securing full victories at bench and jury trials and through binding arbitration, including awards of costs and attorneys fees, in matters involving bankruptcy issues, disputes between brokers, franchisor/franchisee issues, construction defect, mass excavation and grading disputes, landslide issues, disputes regarding purchaser deposits, bond issues, alleged mishandling of escrow funds, dissolution of real estate partnerships, foreclosure and deed-in-lieu disputes, guarantor claims and lender liability issues. She obtained a US$40 million judgment against a guarantor developer that defaulted on a loan related to a 400+ unit condominium conversion project in Northern California.
Kristin graduated from UCLA School of Law, where she was on the Moot Court Board and an editor of the Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, and received her undergraduate degree in political science from UC, Berkeley. She has been on the boards of the Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel, the Center for Law in the Public Interest, the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, the West Coast Executive Board of the Women’s Leadership and Mentoring Alliance and was National Chair of Katten’s Women’s Leadership Committee. She was a also a judicial extern for Hon. Alan M. Ahart, US Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.
Holland has also served as vice chair of the ABA Business Law Litigation's Intellectual Property Subsection, is a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America and has been a member of the Litigation Committee of the Media Law Resource Center. She has been recognized by Super Lawyers in California and Hawai`i. She is also a frequent speaker and contributor on litigation practice and intellectual property issues.
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