Eric S. Parnes is an accomplished litigator, who focuses on advocating for and advising clients in international trade disputes and other high-stakes government-facing matters, including internal and government investigations and False Claims Act litigation.
Eric represents clients in complex disputes – in court, before administrative agencies, and before arbitral tribunals – and by conducting internal investigations and advising clients on corporate compliance matters.
Eric has represented clients in countervailing duty and anti-dumping investigations as well as administrative reviews before the US Department of Commerce. His experience includes injury investigations and sunset reviews before the US International Trade Commission and challenges to agency determinations before the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Binational Panels, the US Court of International Trade, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Eric also has extensive experience as a trial and appellate advocate in a range of substantive areas, including False Claims Act litigation, securities class actions and shareholder derivative claims, IP litigation and commercial disputes. Eric has represented clients before the Supreme Court of the United States, five US Courts of Appeal and the highest courts in multiple states and the District of Columbia.
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