Eric is an associate in the Orange County office. His practice focuses on litigation, including patent, trademark, and trade dress cases. These cases have involved genetic testing, laboratory equipment, dental composites, videogame consoles, fabric designs, and numerous medical devices.
Eric received his law degree from University of California, Irvine School of Law where he graduated with honors and served as executive editor of the law review. His work with the UCI Intellectual Property, Arts, and Technology Clinic focused on termination of copyright assignments under §§ 203 and 304 of the copyright statutes. Before law school, Eric taught secondary school health and science for several years after receiving his degree in Physiology and Developmental Biology from Brigham Young University.
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