Eric Coleman focuses his practice on complex business litigation, including commercial disputes, breach of contract claims, fraud claims, and shareholder derivative actions.
Reinsurance Trade Lawsuit:
Served as second chair on jury trial representing two reinsurance companies in defense of multimillion dollar lawsuit alleging violations of the Florida Uniform Trade Secrets Act, Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, and other claims.
Consumer Product Manufacturer:
Represented U.S. based consumer product manufacturer against a competitor in a federal action asserting common law and federal Lanham Act claims for trademark infringement, unfair competition and false advertising and for violations of Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practice Act.
Represented real estate investors and developers in defense of a $12 million claim that also sought additional punitive damages.
Represented directional drilling company in multimillion dollar counterclaim and arbitration related to differing site conditions on underground utility installation project.
Breach of Contract:
Defended subcontractors in breach of contract and defective construction claims.
Salvage and Restoration:
Represented national property restoration company in rewriting salvage and restoration contracts across all 50 states.
Honors and Distinctions
Legacy Miami Magazine, 40 Under 40 Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow in South Florida, 2019