Eric Stephens litigates high-stakes disputes involving technical subject matter in federal and state courts. Eric serves clients in the financial, energy, pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer products, and technology industries and routinely handles disputes involving billions of dollars while protecting clients' business interests. He also has experience representing clients in arbitration, conducting internal investigations, and representing clients before national and international regulatory bodies.
Eric has litigated significant matters in the areas of antitrust, financial derivatives, construction, consumer class actions, products liability, public contracts, securities, toxic torts, trade secrets, and civil rights, among others. His pro bono efforts focus on issues of low-income housing and civil rights in and around New York City.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Eric was a mechanical engineer in the steel industry.
- Case Western Reserve University (J.D. cum laude 2009; Order of the Coif; Symposium Editor-in-Chief, Canada-United States Law Journal; AIPLA Moot Court Team); University of Waterloo (B.A.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering with honours 2004, co-operative work/study program, including software for engineering option; Dean's Honours List)
- New York; U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, and Southern Districts of New York; and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit