Eric Lubin enjoys a wealth of courtroom experience, having tried multiple State and Federal jury trials in several different fields of law, such as: corporate; personal injury; contract; employment; and criminal. Eric also regularly advises and represents businesses and professionals in matters involving ownership disputes, contracts, employment controversies and regulatory violations. He has also been centrally involved in achieving six, seven and eight figure settlements in a variety of civil cases. Eric also represents clients before the Probate Part in estate disputes, and is the Trustee of multiple inter vivos trusts.
Eric also teaches CLE classes and provides mandatory employment practices training for a variety of non-legal professions. Eric is very community minded and is a big brother in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. He previously served as the Freehold Municipal Public Defender and a pro bono attorney for the Family Division of the Superior Court. Eric was also a law clerk for a former Presiding Judge, the Honorable Albert J. Garofolo.
Eric graduated from Widener University School of Law in 2007 with multiple honors, including Dean’s List recognition, Moot Court Honor Society, introduction into the Order of the Barristers and Pro Bono Distinction. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh.