Meet the Littlepage Booth Team

Attorney Zoe LittlepageZoe Littlepage

Zoe Littlepage was born in Port-of Spain, Trinidad and raised in Barbados in the Caribbean. Her family has been in the Caribbean islands for six (6) generations and were originally from England.

At 12 years old, Zoe Littlepage was sent to boarding school in England (Queenswood College) for three years. She completed thirteen Ordinary Level exams before leaving England in 1982. Ms. Littlepage completed high school at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts before moving to Texas to attend college at Rice University in Houston, Texas. She started university at 16 years old. Ms. Littlepage graduated in 1987 with a triple major in English, Psychology and German, having been on the Dean's Honor List for 5 semesters. She attended law school at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and was in the top 10% of her class at the end of her first year. She then transferred to finish law school at University of Houston, Houston, Texas. She graduated in 1990 cum laude.

While in Law School she was a member of the University of Houston Law Review and was an invited member of the Order of the Barons and the Order of the Coif. These societies are reserved for law students with superior academic grades. Ms. Littlepage became active in litigation oriented extracurricular activities and won the Hippard Mock Trial Competition in 1993. She also received the award of the Order of the Barristers for being one of the top speakers at the law school.

Upon graduation from law school, she started working at Fullbright & Jaworski, a large insurance defense firm. In 1991, Ms. Littlepage elected instead to represent injured people at the plaintiff's firm of Mandell & Wright. From 1994 to 1999 she and her partner, Sidney Ravkind ran the law firm of Ravkind & Littlepage, P.C. until she started Littlepage & Associates, P.C.

Ms. Littlepage is dedicated to victim issues and lectures extensively on women's legal rights and personal injury matters for the Houston Rape Crisis Center, the Houston Area Women's Center and the United Way. She has authored a book entitled "Public Speaking in Practice" and teaches public speaking to professionals through continuing education courses.

Zoe Littlepage has two children. Benjamin was born in January of 1996 and Jordan was born in November of 1999.



Attorney Rainey C. BoothRainey C. Booth

The son of successful Florida attorney Edgar Booth and Judge Anne Booth, Rainey C. Booth received his B.A. degree with honors from Washington & Lee University in 1981, and his J.D. from the University of Florida in 1984. While in law school, he was a member of the Moot Court Team (1983-1984) and was invited to be a member of the Order of Barristers. Mr. Booth was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1984 and is currently licensed to practice law before all Florida and Alabama state courts, the United States District Court for the Northern Districts of Florida, and the United States Court of Appeals.

Mr. Booth started his law career in 1984 working for his father at Edgar C. Booth & Associates, P.A. In 1989, he moved to Fuller, Johnson & Farrell, P.A. and was subsequently asked to open a firm branch office in Pensacola. Mr. Booth continued as a partner with the firm until December of 1993, when he left to start his own law firm. For the next five years, Rainey Booth practiced both defense and plaintiff's law until he joined Levin Middlebrooks, a prestigious plaintiff's firm, as a shareholder. While a partner at Levin Middlebrooks, Mr. Booth was a part of the mass tort team responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars in pharmaceutical drug settlements. Mr. Booth is a member of the American Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers. He is continuously asked to lecture trial lawyers across the country on various topics of defective drug litigation.

In October of 2000, Mr. Booth started working with Zoe Littlepage, a Houston trial attorney specializing in pharmaceutical cases. Together they became the lead plaintiffs' attorneys in the Rezulin litigation (Rezulin is an anti-diabetic drug that was removed from the market due to liver toxicity). In May 2001, Mr. Booth left Levin Middlebrooks to form the law firm of Michles & Booth, P.A. with Marcus Michles and his brother John Booth. Michles and Booth formed a joint venture partnership with Ms. Littlepage, Littlepage & Booth. Littlepage & Booth specializes in pharmaceutical and medical product injury cases including Rezulin, Propulsid, Sulzer Hip, PPA, and OxyContin.



Natasha Hanberry

Ms. Hanberry was born overseas in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where her dad was working on assignment in the oil industry. At the age of four she moved to the Houston area where she has lived ever since. Ms. Hanberry received her Bachelors of Arts in Economics in 2001 from the University of Texas at Austin. After working for a year as a financial consultant, specializing in providing innovative retirement plans and benefit solutions for public schools and universities, she decided to go to law school. Throughout law school, Ms. Hanberry worked for Littlepage Booth as a law clerk. She was immediately hired on as an associate attorney after her graduation in the summer of 2005.

Ms. Hanberry is a member of the American Bar Association as well as the Houston Young Lawyers Association. She is actively involved in both the Rezulin and Hormone Therapy litigations.