For over 30 years Jan Little has handled high-stakes criminal investigations and trials, as well as complex civil litigation, for publicly-traded corporations, private companies, and senior executives.
Ms. Little’s criminal cases have included many substantive areas of white collar defense, including securities fraud, tax fraud, health care fraud, foreign corrupt practice/commercial bribery, money laundering, and public corruption. She has litigated and tried white collar criminal cases in dozens of jurisdictions across the nation. Ms. Little also represents corporations and executives in Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement proceedings, and she defends corporations and executives in complex civil litigation ranging from securities fraud and civil RICO cases to legal malpractice. Before entering private practice, Ms. Little was a trial attorney in the United States Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section, where she prosecuted public corruption cases.