Eric advises clients on real estate, corporate, litigation, international, and regulated substance matters. Eric is a versatile attorney who works with a broad scope of clients including international companies, small and midsize businesses, and individual developers and owners.
Eric counsels clients in the day-to-day decision-making that affects their business. He started his career as a civil trial attorney and has substantial experience preparing for, appearing in, and advising on formal court proceedings, having tried multiple cases to verdict. His combined business, litigation, and transactional background provides unique insight into identifying and mitigating risk to protect clients.
Eric’s experience includes:
Eric regularly presents on the ever-changing laws governing the legal cannabis market. He was selected for the Pro Bono Roll of Honor by the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, the Volunteer of the Year award by SeniorLAW Center for his pro bono work representing indigent seniors in Pennsylvania, and the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Star list.
Currently attempting to train “Indy,” an adopted Labrador Retriever.
J.D., summa cum laude, Drexel University, Thomas R. Kline School of Law
B.A., summa cum laude, Temple University
Drexel Law Review, Associate Editor
Recipient of Best Performance Awards in Torts, Health Care Fraud & Abuse, Nonprofit Organizations, and Contract Drafting.
Pro Bono Roll of Honor by the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania
Volunteer of the Year award by SeniorLAW Center for his pro bono work representing indigent seniors in Pennsylvania
New Jersey Super Lawyers “Rising Star”
Eric is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Court of International Trade.
Note, “Placing Physicians Between Scylla and Charybdis: Chemical Disclosure Law Requiring Health Professionals to Sign Confidentiality Agreement Creates Risk of Liability for Physicians and Impedes Protection of Public Health” (Drexel Law Review 2013)
Article, “Attorneys Provide Valuable Support for Indigent Seniors at Risk” (Philadelphia Bar Reporter May 13, 2016)