Eric Berlin Named to Detroit Jewish News' "36 Under 36"
Clark Hill attorney Eric D. Berlin, an Associate in the firm’s Litigation group, was recently selected by The Detroit Jewish News/The Well “36 Under 36.” Every year, The Jewish News and The Well accepts nominations and selects 36 “worthy young Jewish professionals” for the honor.
Berlin is a representative on the firm’s Leadership Forum, where he helps to create educational and social programming and growth opportunities for other Associates and Senior Attorneys. Berlin is also a board member of the Detroit Bar Association’s Barrister’s Section and is involved with NEXTGen Detroit and The Well’s monthly Shabbat dinner groups, as well as Therapy Dogs International.
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Berlin focuses his practice on commercial litigation, business disputes, contractual matters, product liability actions, non-compete/trade secret cases, defense of premises liability claims, and real estate matters. He has additional experience in transportation/trucking cases, professional liability litigation, corporate transactional work, business formation and legal issues, employment litigation and wage matters, and financial crisis management counseling to businesses and individuals. He works with individuals and businesses throughout all stages and aspects of litigation and has effectively and efficiently represented clients in state and federal courts.
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