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Eric C. Weissman



Eric Weissman is a partner in the firm’s construction and real estate, insurance coverage and land use practice groups. He represents companies, boards, and their executives in all aspects of daily operations and business disputes, acting as outside general counsel for a wide array of clients nationwide, including issues related to contracts, joint venture, labor and employment, real estate, construction, intellectual property, privacy and cyber issues, and insurance.

As an experienced litigator, Eric counsels and represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, and vendors nationwide in complex multi-party litigations, arbitrations, mediations, and other dispute resolution proceedings concerning construction and design-defect claims, contract claims, construction lien claims, delay and impact claims, bond claims, insurance claims, and related matters.  He also regularly advises his clients on risk management strategies, including mitigation of liability through AIA and manuscript contract drafting and negotiating, as well as insurance procurement and interpretation.

Eric advises his insurer clients on a wide range of insurance coverage matters across all lines of business, including management liability, cyber and technology, financial institutions, directors and officers, professional liability, and commercial liability.  He frequently advises and works with clients on drafting or updating insurance policy forms and interpreting claims issues, and he regularly acts as coverage counsel in many complex matters around the United States.

Eric is also an arbitrator and currently serves as a panelist on the American Arbitration Association National Roster of Arbitrators. He has participated in dozens of mediations and arbitrations concerning commercial, construction, insurance, and employment disputes involving high-exposure claims with values up to $100 million.


New York Metro Super Lawyers (2023)

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New York Law School (J.D., 2002)

Indiana University (B.S., 1999)


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