Christopher P. Litterio
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Christopher P. Litterio is the managing shareholder of the firm. His practice focuses on litigation, representing securities broker-dealers, banks and other corporate clients in the state and federal court systems, before government regulatory agencies, and in arbitration proceedings.
Recent cases include a defense verdict for an international consulting firm in a gender discrimination case; a defense verdict in a securities fraud jury trial; a defense verdict in a wage and hour class action jury trial; and the successful representation of a broker-dealer in a FINRA arbitration filed by an elderly widow.
Mr. Litterio is a frequent lecturer on litigation, securities and employment law issues. He recently spoke at the Boston Bar Association’s seminar on ‘Representing Clients at The Massachusetts Securities Division’, and at Suffolk University’s Center for Advanced Legal Studies on ‘Liability for Retaliation after Nasser and Vance’.
Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Litterio served as a law clerk to the Justices of the Superior Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
ASSOCIATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS
- Zoo New England (Director; Audit Committee) (2013-Present)
- Acton-Boxborough United Way (Director 1992-1997)
- The Children’s Discovery Museum (Director 1996-1998)
- Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce (President 2000-2002; Director 1998-2000, 2003-2006)
- YPO/WPO (Young Presidents’ Organization) (Director 2009-2010) (Member 2007-Present)
- Suffolk University Law School Grand Marshall 2012
- American Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Boston Bar Association
- Christopher Litterio speaks on 'Representing Clients at The Massachusetts Securities Division' at Boston Bar Association seminar
- Christopher Litterio speaks at Suffolk University's Center for Advanced Legal Studies on 'Liability for Retaliation after Nasser and Vance'
- Christopher Litterio presents MCLE seminar
- Christopher Litterio and Bradley Croft Participate in MCLE Seminar Series on Introducing and Excluding Evidence at Trial
- Christopher Litterio Participates in Seminar on Litigating Wage and Hour Class Actions
- Maureen Mulligan and Chris Litterio Speak on Trade Secrets for NECCA
- Christopher Litterio and Debra Mayfield Speak On Employment Records in MA