Mitchell C. Littman
Littman Krooks: New York Attorneys, New York City Lawyers, Midtown Manhattan and White Plains, New York
Mitchell C. Littman
Mitchell Littman is a founding partner of Littman Krooks LLP and heads the firm's corporate and securities department specializing in public and private offerings, broker dealer matters, venture and private equity capital investments, mergers and acquisitions and sports law.
clients consist of public and private companies, institutions, investment banking firms and individuals.
twenty-five (25) year career, Mr. Littman
has represented issuers, underwriters and placement agents in over 500 private and public securities offerings.
Mr. Littman is a frequent speaker at conferences and industry events, as well as a sought after commentator across the spectrum of the securities marketplace.
has authored several articles on matters dealing with corporate law and specialty financial products, which have appeared in publications across the United States.
Mr. Littman graduated, cum laude, with distinction, from the University of Rochester in 1980 and received his J.D. degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1983, where he served as Comments Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law.
He is a member of the New York County Lawyers Association Committees on Corporations and Securities and Exchange Commission, and is admitted to the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
Recognizing the need for commitment and responsibility to the community at large, Mr. Littman
currently provides pro bono services to Sunflower Children, a humanitarian aid organization providing survival and development care for impoverished children, and to Camp Sussex, a charity devoted to providing the opportunity for children of limited financial means to experience a traditional summer camp environment.
Previously, Mr. Littman served from 2002 to 2006 as pro bono general counsel to Baby Buggy Inc., a non-profit organization founded by Jessica Seinfeld dedicated to collecting and redistributing infant gear and clothing to families in need in the five boroughs of New York City; and as pro bono general counsel for the New York Academy of Art, a graduate school offering advanced degrees, from 1991 to 1994.