Anne Redcross Beehler, an associate in the Irvine office, has a broad-based litigation practice. She represents corporate and individual clients in complex civil litigation, individual actions, and government enforcement actions and investigations, including white collar criminal defense matters.
Ms. Redcross Beehler’s civil experience involves, among other things, drafting numerous dispositive and non-dispositive motions, pleadings, discovery documents, and appellate briefs in complex civil matters. By way of example, these matters include complex claims for breach of contract, fraud, negligence, violations of state and federal securities statutes, and corporate shareholder actions and dissolution proceedings. She has argued dispositive and non-dispositive motions, prepared numerous witnesses to testify, and has taken multiple depositions.
In addition, Ms. Redcross Beehler has had substantial experience managing complex e-discovery matters. Her past and current experience involves supervising document review teams comprised of 20-50 attorneys.
Ms. Redcross Beehler’s criminal law experience includes handling state and federal matters from the investigation stage through trial. Prior to relocating to California, Ms. Redcross Beehler was the second chair in a six-month, high-profile white collar trial involving allegations of grand larceny, scheme to defraud, and falsification of business records in New York State court. During that trial, she assisted with the drafting of several motions, led a document review team of more than 25 attorneys, and cross examined a major government witness. The trial resulted in an acquittal of 21 counts in the indictment, and a mistrial on the remaining counts.
From August 2010 to February 2012, Ms. Redcross Beehler clerked at the New York State Court of Appeals, New York’s highest court. At the Court of Appeals, she assisted the Judges of the Court by researching and writing internal memoranda and opinions on complex matters, including complex commercial litigations, tax determinations, real estate matters, and prison disciplinary challenges.
Ms. Redcross Beehler received her J.D., cum laude, from New York University School of Law in 2010 and her B.A., summa cum laude, from Siena College in 2007. While in law school, she was submissions editor for the New York University Environmental Law Journal. Ms. Redcross Beehler also was an intern in the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York in 2010, as well as a summer associate with Bryan Cave’s New York office in 2009.