Eric Suter focuses his practice on representing businesses in complex civil litigation, shareholder disputes, minority shareholder freeze-outs, anti-trust, intellectual property, copyright, and construction litigation.
Previously, Eric was a litigator with Arnold & Porter in Washington DC for six years, where he participated in complex civil litigation against the tobacco industry.
Eric is an experienced litigator who has represented Fortune 10 corporations before state and federal courts in complex class action and government-initiated litigation along with advising Fortune 10 corporations on domestic and international regulatory matters.
As a litigator his experience includes appellate arguments, drafting of briefs concerning all aspects of litigation including appeals, drafting and responding to written discovery, handling electronic discovery issues, taking and defending depositions, developing witnesses, drafting jury instructions, developing strategies and drafting memoranda concerning complex litigation circumstances.
A $1.15 million jury verdict in Lebanon County against a nationally known golf course architect for negligence in connection with the design of a private golf course.
Participated in class action and other civil litigation on behalf of a Fortune 10 consumer products company.
Participated in the representation of the September 11 Special Victims Fund created by Congress in the wake of the terrorist attacks.
Previous experience as in-house counsel at a Fortune 10 corporation, affords Eric the ability to see issues from the client’s perspective. He understands that your reputation is at risk and has a clear understanding of your needs. He is able to provide a big picture view on multiple matters and weigh the outcomes in each matter dependent upon the effects associated with each. Through his experience we are able to operate a litigation boutique within a full-service firm.
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