Janine Little is an associate in the Litigation Practice, where she represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts, including contract, antitrust, product liability, and tort matters. Janine focuses her practice on reaching the best results for her clients in a cost-effective and time-efficient manner.
Janine has experience in various stages of litigation, including drafting complaints and counterclaims, managing e-discovery, propounding and responding to written discovery, resolving discovery disputes, interviewing and preparing witnesses for depositions, conducting legal research, and drafting dispositive motions. Janine has completed the NITA Deposition Skills Training Program.
Prior to joining the firm, Janine was a clerk in the legal department of a Fortune 500 company where she drafted non-disclosure, joint development, and manufacturing license agreements, conducted legal research related to carrier liability, and investigated improper trademark usage of third parties.
Janine has an active pro bono practice. She has successfully represented low-income individuals facing consumer debt lawsuits. She also assisted in drafting an amicus curiae brief filed with the US Supreme Court regarding Florida’s capital sentencing scheme.
While attending law school, Janine served as senior editor of the Case Western Reserve University Law Review. She was also a member of the Intellectual Property Venture Clinic, where she represented startup companies and entrepreneurs. She assisted clients with drafting fundamental charter documents, developing general intellectual property strategies and negotiating licensing agreements.