Mr Edward Little > Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP > New York, United States > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Edward Little
White Collar Group and Securities Litigation.
Partner at Hughes, Hubbard & Reed LLP. Chair, White Collar Group; Co-Chair, Securities Litigation Group. Specializes in defense and trial of white-collar criminal cases charging securities fraud, FCPA violations, improper pharmaceutical marketing, government fraud, political corruption, tax violations, money laundering and related regulatory proceedings, civil litigation and internal investigations.
Partner, Hughes Hubbard (2003-present); Managing Partner of NY Office, Zuckerman Spaeder (1993-2003); Partner, Kavanagh Maloney (1989-1993); Assistant United States Attorney (Deputy Chief, Criminal Division), S.D.N.Y. (1982-89); Associate, White & Case (1974-1982).
Chambers USA in New York, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations; Best Lawyers in America in White Collar Defense (2007-2013); SuperLawyers in White Collar Defense, Securities Litigation & Business Litigation (2006-2013).
Boston College Law School JD (1974) (Presidential Scholar; Executive Editor, Law Review); Boston College AB, Classics, magna cum laude (1970).
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution > Product liability, mass tort and class action - defense: pharmaceuticals and medical devices
- Industry focus > Transport: aviation and air travel - finance
- Dispute resolution > International arbitration
- Media, technology and telecoms > Media and entertainment: transactional
- Antitrust > Cartel
- Tax > International tax
- International Trade > International trade
- Antitrust > Merger control
- Dispute resolution > Product liability, mass tort and class action - defense: consumer products (including tobacco)
- Finance > Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate
- Dispute resolution > Securities litigation: defense
- M&A/corporate and commercial > M&A: large deals ($1bn+)
- Tax > US taxes: non-contentious
- Dispute resolution > Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense