Eric Fong is one of the top trial lawyers in the country, with 100+ high-stakes civil and criminal cases argued to verdict, both before juries and courts of appeals.
Some of his notable cases include helping to establish the constitutional right of intimate association in Washington State, where he defended the rights of low-income housing residents against oppressive crime control measures, and most recently, obtaining a $91M judgment, the largest compensatory damages verdict in Washington State, for his client in a personal injury lawsuit.
Eric also represented George Clinton, the iconic funk musician/artist, in the largest copyright case in American history and helped him keep his historic music catalog. He has received many awards, including being named a Top 5% Super Lawyer and Top 100 Trial Lawyer in America for 13 consecutive years, and taught at the prestigious Trial Lawyers College for 17 years.
Connect with Eric on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-fong-6963237/
Visit the Eric Fong Law Website: https://www.ericfonglaw.com/eric-fong
On This Episode, We Discuss…
- What is a Trial Attorney?
- Understanding the Role of a Trial Attorney
- The Necessity of Constantly Learning
- Improving Justice in the Courtroom