Eric focuses on antitrust litigation and investigations, especially in the pharmaceutical, financial services, high tech, and health care industries. His practice involves all aspects of antitrust enforcement, including civil and criminal government investigations, merger clearance, and working with international regulators. He frequently is responsible for coordinating a client’s response to antitrust and competition law investigations and litigation in multiple proceedings and jurisdictions. He has extensive experience litigating class actions and other civil antitrust cases in federal court, including defending clients accused of unlawful monopolization, collusion, and anticompetitive transactions. He has particular experience counseling and litigating matters where a client faces antitrust scrutiny as a result of its defense of its intellectual property rights.
Chief, Antitrust Bureau of New York Attorney General’s Office (2003-2006). Law clerk, U.S. District Judge Allen Schwartz, SDNY. Past Chair and current Executive Committee member, Antitrust Section of New York State Bar Association; Co-Chair, Insurance and Financial Services Committee of the ABA’s Antitrust Section.
JD, magna cum laude, Harvard Law School, 1998.