Elizabeth E. Parker

Senior Associate

[email protected]

Washington, D.C.

P: +1.202.639.7724
F: +1.202.508.9323
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Elizabeth Parker is an associate in the firm's Litigation Practice. Ms. Parker has represented clients in a variety of white collar and civil litigation matters involving mortgage-backed securities, consumer class actions, fraud, and internal investigations. She has represented both individual and corporate clients in federal and state courts and before government agencies.

Ms. Parker has also represented multiple clients on a pro bono basis, including the representation of a client in an asylum matter.

Before joining Baker Botts, Ms. Parker interned with the National Security Section of the District of Columbia United States Attorney's Office and the Office of the General Counsel of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. While in law school, Ms. Parker was a Symposium Editor for The University of Texas Review of Litigation.

Related Experience

  • Defense of a subprime mortgage originator in significant “put-back” actions brought by RMBS servicer/trustee in SDNY for claims over $1 billion. The cases ended on motions for summary judgment that were upheld in February 2022 by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Representation of an electric utility in Federal court in Florida against breach of contract claims arising from a 30-year Tolling Agreement with purchase options related to a proposed gas-fired generation plant.
  • Representation of Waste Management, Inc. in RICO claim against New Orleans landfill owners arising out of Hurricane Katrina waste contracts.
  • Representation of Fortune 500 company in defense of multiple putative statewide class actions brought on behalf of commercial customers alleging uniform and intentional breach of services agreements.
  • Representation of senior executives of a publicly-traded company in an accounting restatement investigation by the Securities Exchange Commission.
  • Representation of a publicly-traded and non-profit companies in federal criminal investigations involving allegations of improper distribution of products across several states and misuse of federal grant money, including conducting parallel internal investigations at the direction of company Boards of Directors to create compliance programs.
  • Representation of pro bono client in claim for asylum.

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