Mr. Little is a Litigation Associate Attorney at Caulfield Law Firm with a wealth of experience in both California state and federal courts. At Caulfield Law Firm, Mr. Little primarily practices public entity defense, where he draws on his experience representing public entities in defense of a variety of claims. At all stages of a dispute, Mr. Little is focused on developing strategies to meet client stated goals and achieving the best possible outcome.
Mr. Little also has extensive experience representing private individuals and entities both as plaintiffs and defendants. During his legal career, Mr. Little has represented his clients in matters involving Administrative, Alcohol Beverage, Appellate, Bankruptcy, Business, Class Action, Civil Rights, Construction, Consumer Rights, Election, Employment, Environmental, Estates, Family, Healthcare, Landlord-Tenant, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Real Estate, Securities, and State and Local Tax law.
Mr. Little is a graduate of Gonzaga University and U.C. Davis School of Law. He placed second in his graduating law school class and was an Editor on Law Review. While in law school, Mr. Little also externed for the Honorable William Shubb, Federal District Court Judge. After law school, Mr. Little joined the Palo Alto office of international law firm Paul Hastings LLP. Since then, Mr. Little has litigated on behalf of high profile clients at the law firms Downey Brand LLP and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
When he isn’t practicing law, Mr. Little enjoys day trips with his dog and loved ones, playing basketball, and reading nonfiction.