I utilize my extensive, first-hand business experience gained prior to becoming an attorney to provide my clients a unique perspective from which I counsel them through the legal landscape and to vigorously advocate for a winning outcome.
Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor, Delaware Law School
- Bachelor of Science, Forensic and Toxicological Chemistry, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
- Bar Admissions: Colorado Bar; New Jersey Bar; Pennsylvania Bar; U.S. District Court of Colorado; U.S. District Court of New Jersey
Publications & Speaking Events
- “Toward a Neuroscience Model of Tort Law: How Functional Neuroimaging Will Transform Tort Doctrine,” Science & Technology Law Review, Columbia University, 2012, co-author
- Colorado Bar Association
- Denver Bar Association
- Board of Directors, The Morgan Adams Foundation
Eric Neeper is a seasoned litigator who brings a wealth of knowledge to Robinson & Henry’s Civil Litigation and Business Law Teams.
Eric has tried cases in various state and federal courts; he is licensed to practice law in Colorado, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. His impressive repertoire includes complex matters involving civil, commercial, and corporate litigation claims:
- antitrust violations
- breach of contract
- breach of fiduciary duties
- breach of restrictive covenants
- company ownership
- construction defect
- Lanham Act violations
- misappropriation of trade secret
- protection of intellectual property
- RICO Act violations
- shareholder rights
Honesty, communication, and stealthy strategies are at the heart of Eric’s effective legal approach. In addition to his trial skills, Eric is an accomplished negotiator who excels at mediation and other types of alternative dispute resolution.
With his breadth of experience, Eric is poised to help clients achieve favorable results in a variety of litigation matters.
When Eric is away from the office, he enjoys traveling, creating abstract art, cooking, and wine. He also serves on the Board of Directors for The Morgan Adams Foundation, a nonprofit that funds children’s cancer research around the U.S., including Colorado.
More About Eric
Prior to earning his J.D., Eric obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic and Toxicological Chemistry. Eric held a prestigious internship with the New York City Chief Medical Examiner’s Office at a time when critical DNA testing procedures were implemented.
After spending more than a decade in the business arena, Eric decided to study the law. Eric was an active law student, serving as the Widener Law Review’s managing editor and the Intellectual Property Society’s president. He played an instrumental role in creating “Nanotechnology and the Law,” a blog written and operated by faculty and students. In his last year of law school, Eric held a judicial externship at the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware where he clerked for Chief Magistrate Judge Mary Pat Thygne.