Eric N. Shor is an associate in the Litigation Department. He is a member of the Product Liability Litigation, Labor, Employment and Benefits and Real Estate/Land Use and Environmental Litigation practice groups.
His practice encompasses litigating all phases of a broad range of complex civil disputes, including breach of contract, business torts, securities fraud, unfair trade practices and intellectual property. As a member of the firm's Product Liability Litigation practice group, Eric represents business clients in defense of toxic tort and other product cases.
Eric has also handled commercial real estate and construction disputes throughout his career. His experience includes successfully defending a commercial real estate owner in a multi-party jury trial against claims from a prospective buyer for breach of contract and claims from a tenant for breach of a right of first refusal; representing commercial real estate owners in summary process proceedings and other contractual disputes with tenants; and representing developers in disputes with contractors and sub-contractors.
Eric also represents private and public sector employers in labor and employment matters, including claims of discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour law violation, trade secret misappropriation and breach of restrictive covenant. He has represented corporations, non-profit organizations and school systems in state and federal court, arbitration and before administrative agencies. He also counsels employers on issues concerning employment agreements, termination, wage and hour policies and union organizing.
Eric gained previous legal experience as an intern with Health Law Advocates, Inc. in Boston. Prior to attending law school, he served as a congressional intern in Washington, DC and a legislative intern in Boston, MA.
While attending law school, Eric was an editor of the American Journal of Law and Medicine, a Paul J. Liacos Scholar, a recipient of the Dean’s award and a Fellow of the Rappaport Honors Program in Law and Public Policy.