Ms. Litten has substantial experience litigating complex commercial cases, including trials and arbitrations and has a growing practice focused on defending class and collective actions. She has successfully written and argued motions, managed all aspects of discovery, and has represented clients in trial and appellate courts.
One of Ms. Litten’s notable representations in 2022 was securing a $30 million arbitration award, including punitive damages, on behalf of the sister and estate of a physician and businesswoman who was the victim of a massive real estate fraud. The Daily Journal recognized the victory as one of their “Top Verdicts of the Week.”
In another Daily Journal recognition, Ms. Litten was part of a novel case with a major national bank in obtaining a unanimous verdict against a former employee for illegally recording a foreign exchange transaction.
Ms. Litten also participates annually in Food From the Bar, a deeply impactful annual campaign that unites legal professionals across the country in combating child hunger.
Ms. Litten earned her J.D from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, where she served as senior editor of the Southern California Law Review and graduated Order of the Coif. She earned her B.A. in philosophy from The College of William and Mary.