University of Illinois College of Law,
J.D., cum laude, 2009
Articles Editor, University of Illinois Law Review
New York University,
Illinois USDC, Northern District
Illinois USDC, Central District
Illinois USDC, Southern District
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Recognized in "Illinois Super Lawyers" as a "Rising Star", 2019
Thompson Coburn LLP
Office of the Illinois Attorney General
Assistant Attorney General, 2011-2013
Williams McCarthy LLP
Erik practices in the Litigation Group, with an emphasis on products liability, toxic torts, and railroad litigation.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Erik spent two years at a firm in Rockford, Illinois, where he gained experience working on transactional and litigation matters. He worked for two years after that as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois. While with the Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Erik was lead counsel on numerous federal, state, and administrative cases involving property damage, employment discrimination, alleged FMLA violations, and alleged liberty interest violations.
"Unmasking Anon12345": Applying an Appropriate Standard When Private Clients Seek the Identity of Anonymous Internet Defamation Defendants;
2009 U. Ill. L. Rev. 947, 2009
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