Edward Totino focuses his practice on class actions, complex commercial litigation and securities litigation.

He represents a broad spectrum of clients including banks and other financial institutions, outsourcing companies, retailers and hotels. In recent years, Edward has defended numerous class actions brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the California Invasion of Privacy Act. Edward has been named a Southern California Super Lawyer and rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell.

In 2006, Edward received the prestigious Burton Award for Legal Achievement for the article "Litigation Strategies: Managing Litigation Risk and Addressing Investor Concerns." The Burton Award is dedicated to the enrichment and refinement of writing in the legal profession. Every year these awards honor lawyers who use clear, concise language to comment on important legal issues. The awards are presented by the Burton Foundation, a nonprofit cultural and academic organization devoted to promoting the legal profession. "Litigation Strategies" originally appeared in PIPES: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity, published in December 2005. In 2007, Edward received a Highly Commended Award from the Emerald Literati Network for the article "Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Enforcement and Regulation by the SEC under the Leadership of Chairman Cox Suggest that He May Not Be the Free Market Advocate Everyone Once Thought He Was." The article originally appeared in the Journal of Investment Compliance in 2006.

Edward has presented several times on a panel on Class Actions as part of a Los Angeles County Bar Association program for new attorneys. The other members of the panel typically are a plaintiff's class action lawyer and either a state or federal judge.  Edward also led a Lawline Online CLE Course entitled "Anatomy of a TCPA Class Action: Defense Strategies."