Eric LaMons joined Kishner Miller Himes in January 2023, bringing years of diverse experience as a commercial litigator. Prior to joining the firm, Eric practiced at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP, in its highly-regarded litigation department, as well as at Wilk Auslander LLP and the Schulman Law Firm LLP, both focusing on a wide range of commercial disputes.
Eric’s legal practice encompasses a broad scope of litigation, including the representation of different types of clients in various industries. His experience has involved litigation over financial agreements, commercial contracts, international contracts, real estate transactions, leases, property rights, creditor’s rights, securities transactions, credit default swap agreements, investment contracts and other financial contracts, oil and gas interests, services contracts, partnership disputes, agency agreements, banking, insurance, product or pharmaceutical liability, and bankruptcy. His matters have spanned a range of complexities.
Eric also has experience on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of California.
Eric has practiced across all phases of state and federal litigation, as well as for national and international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and from the filing of claims through judgment and appeal, on a broad range of subjects. He has often helped clients avoid extensive litigation by negotiating settlements or otherwise resolving disputes. Eric’s clients have been individuals, Fortune 500 companies, and other businesses of various sizes in between. At KMH, he continues to focus on commercial and real estate litigation, representing parties on either side of significant contracts, transactions, or other disputes.
Outside of the law, Eric loves running, coaching youth soccer, sports teams from Chicago, being a student of American history, and being a father.
Member, New York State Bar Association
Member, American Bar Association
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