Eric concentrates his practice in construction and labor law, product liability, and toxic tort matters.
Eric represents corporations and municipalities in the defense of high-exposure, catastrophic casualty claims, including cases involving traumatic brain injuries, arising from alleged violations of the New York State Labor Laws, and other claims. Eric has extensive experience representing manufacturers in product recalls and representing manufacturers, distributors, and retailers in product liability matters arising from alleged defects in commercial and industrial products. Eric represents building owners and major construction companies in the defense of construction defect, environmental pollution, and property damage claims and represents corporations, municipalities, and building owners and managers in the defense of casualty claims arising from various toxic exposures.
In addition to handling traumatic brain injury cases, Eric has assisted with presentations to claims representatives at some of the largest insurance companies in the country, including AIG and Travelers, as well as to fellow attorneys at presentations sponsored by the New York State Bar Association Torts, Insurance, and Compensation Law section.
Eric earned his undergraduate degree from Columbia University and his law degree from Boston University School of Law.