Zoe B. Littlepage Selected for Esteemed Lawyers of America
June 18, 2014 --
Houston, TX, June 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Zoe B. Littlepage is a plaintiff’s trial lawyer who has dedicated her life to helping others, especially those who’ve been injured or had their human rights violated. Ms. Littlepage graduated cum laude in 1990 from the University of Houston Law Center and was admitted to the Texas Bar that year. She is a partner in the Houston law firm of Littlepage Booth, and her practice focuses on complex cases including mass torts, defective medical product or drug cases as well as human rights issues. She has been lead trial counsel for cases involving Prempro, Rezulin, Fen/Phen and other prescription medications. Ms. Littlepage lectures extensively at legal conventions on defective drug litigation issues and, in particular, the use of visual exhibits and demonstrative aides at trial. She currently serves as Lead Counsel in the Hormone Replacement Therapy Multi-District Litigation.
Her legal victories and passion for helping others have earned Ms. Littlepage a number of professional distinctions and awards including, just recently, selection for admission to the Esteemed Lawyers of America (ELOA). Esteemed Lawyers of America is a professional legal organization dedicated to recognizing the most respected lawyers in the nation and serving as a key resource for consumers who need proven legal representation. By employing a comprehensive screening and selection process, ELOA helps consumers by providing them with a list of only the most esteemed and accomplished lawyers in their communities. ELOA’s ongoing screening evaluates the 1.2 million attorneys practicing law in the U.S. to recognize only those most honored and esteemed by their neighbors and peers. These attorneys bring superior legal knowledge, skills, and expertise to their clients and their work.
Ms. Littlepage has practiced law for 24 years in the Houston area, where she is actively involved in several charitable organizations. Following the settlement of a Fen/Phen case in 2000, Ms. Littlepage established the Little Hearts Foundation, a non-profit providing aid to underprivileged children throughout the world. She provides commentary and insight for the Legal Broadcasting Network. Ms. Littlepage has also participated in the annual Great Escape Global Scavenger Hunt to raise funds for UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, and Houston-area charities.
Zoe B. Littlepage
2043A West Main Street
Houston, Texas 77098
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