Provided by Michael R Littenberg
Michael has more than 25 years of experience representing U.S. and foreign public and private companies, investment banks, private equity funds and other private investment funds in transactional matters, including securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions. His clients range from large well-known institutions to growing companies across every major industry.
Michael also advises a significant number of leading companies on supply chain compliance (including the SEC's Conflict Minerals Rule), responsible sourcing and corporate social responsibility, and is widely viewed as a leading practitioner in this area.
•SASB Sector Advisory Group
•Social Responsibility Alliance Development Committee
•Army Heritage Center Foundation, Board of Directors
•The John Whittenberger Society, Indiana University, Board of Directors
•Tulane Law School, Dean’s Advisory Board
JD, Tulane University Law School (1990); BS, Indiana University, 1987.
Michael Littenberg acts for a range of clients on human rights due diligence, compliance with modern slavery legislation, and conflict minerals regulation. The New York-based practitioner also advises corporations on the alleged human rights risks and violations in their supply chain. An impressed client enthuses: "He has been phenomenal. He has a full command of the legal landscape and gives us practical, clear advice."