Eric K. ShihEric Shih Clark Hill
Eric K. Shih
Eric K. Shih is a senior attorney in the Litigation Practice Group. He has substantial litigation and arbitration experience in the following areas of practice: securities, commercial and contract disputes, complex litigation, breach of warranty, distributor/supplier relationships, profit share and commission disputes, structured settlement transfers and compliance reviews, premises liability, criminal defense, and creditor-debtor actions. In addition to trying cases to verdict, Eric is experienced in facilitation, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution processes.
Eric earned his J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law, where he received numerous awards for academic merit, including the Jurisprudence Achievement Award for Contracts II, Secure Transactions, and Research Writing, and Advocacy. While in law school, Eric was an Associate Editor of the Michigan State University Law Review, and served as a Teacher’s Assistant for both Contracts I and II. His student note was also selected for future publication by the Michigan State University Law Review.
Bob Gordon and Charles Murphy were mentioned in an October 9, 2015 Wall Street Journal article, “Ponzi Schemer’s Bad Investments Lead To Arbitration Award”, regarding a securities fraud case before FINRA arbitrators in which they obtained a $2.75 million consent award, following four weeks of hearings conducted by Charles Murphy and Eric Shih.