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Eric Tung focuses on appeals and motions practice. He has drafted briefs and motions filed in federal and state courts. He has argued on numerous occasions in federal and state courts at both trial and appellate levels. In addition, Eric has defended and taken several depositions. He practices primarily in the area of commercial litigation, and his clients have included telecommunications, energy, banking, real estate, and entertainment companies.

Before joining Jones Day, Eric served as a law clerk to Justice Neil M. Gorsuch and to Justice Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States. He also served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Central District of California and held government positions with the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.


  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce, et al., files amici curiae in support of InstacartJones Day represented the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, California Grocers Association, Bay Area Council, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and the Valley Industry Commerce Association as amici curiae, in support of Instacart.
  • Defendant overturns revocation of supervised releaseJones Day successfully represented on appeal a defendant whose supervised release was revoked and obtained vacatur of the judgment on grounds that the government failed to establish the interstate commerce element of the criminal charge.
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