Eric is a litigator with a practice focused on the resolution and litigation of complex construction and commercial disputes. Eric has broad experience representing contractors and owners in disputes and protests arising from government and private construction projects. He has represented clients in disputes with a variety of federal and state agencies regarding domestic and international public works and defense-related projects, including international contractors in disputes with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO) and the U.S. Department of the Navy. He also has significant experience representing clients in all phases of the construction contracting process, including contract negotiation, drafting, bid protests, requests for equitable adjustment and navigating the Federal Acquisition Regulation. His eight years of active duty military experience with the United States Marine Corps gives him a pragmatic approach to resolving disputes with government agencies.

Eric also has substantial experience representing clients in commercial disputes and financial services, securities and banking litigation, including matters relating to government enforcement and regulatory actions.

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to becoming an attorney, Eric served eight years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps. He spent his military career in the infantry, where he served as an enlisted Marine in the 1st Marine Division and a commissioned infantry officer in the 3rd Marine Division. He left active duty service in 2004 and received his Honorable Discharge in 2012, holding the final rank of captain.

Prior to joining the firm, Eric was a litigation attorney in the Los Angeles office of a major international law firm. During law school, Eric served as a member of the UCLA State Moot Court Team and the Veterans Law Society.