Eric Fikry maintains a varied commercial litigation practice, frequently counseling clients in the following areas:
- casino and online gaming law, licensing, and regulatory compliance
- employee raiding, non-competition agreements, restrictive covenants, misappropriation of trade secrets, tortious interference, and unfair competition
- employment law, including breach of executive employment agreements, discrimination, harassment, and whistleblower/retaliation claims
Eric represents owners and operators of gaming facilities, lenders, investment funds, corporate licensees, key employees, principals, vendors, and individuals in connection with licensing investigations as well as other regulatory and compliance issues. He has also handled a wide variety of complex commercial litigation matters for gaming and non-gaming industry clients. Eric also represents companies seeking to be licensed to conduct internet gaming in New Jersey, including several that were issued transactional waivers authorizing them to be the first to offer legal, online casino gaming within the United States.
Eric is an adjunct instructor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he teaches Introduction to Gaming Law.