Eric P. Magnuson is a partner in the Litigation Department. He practices in the area of commercial litigation and has substantial experience litigating banking, bankruptcy, and insurance matters.
Eric has represented a broad range of clients, including banking institutions, Fortune 500 companies, small and mid-sized businesses, law firms, directors and officers, pro bono litigants, and (as a Special Assistant Attorney General) state government. His experience includes class-action and multi-district litigation. He has tried cases in state and federal court, and he has litigated cases inside and outside Massachusetts.
In his representation of banking institutions, he has conducted internal investigations and litigated a range of significant matters, including disputes involving data contracts, trade credit, secured transactions, commercial financing, and restructurings. In the insurance context, Eric has represented clients pursuing recoveries under various insurance lines, including D&O liability insurance, general and umbrella liability insurance, fidelity bond insurance, and trade credit insurance.
As a member of the Data Management, Security and Discovery practice group, Eric helps clients develop, implement, and refine record-retention policies. He has litigated e-discovery issues and advises clients about data preservation, collection, and production.
Eric served as Executive Note Editor of the Arizona Law Review.