Forward by Michael Mogill, Author of Game Changing Attorney and CEO, Crisp Video

Eric has been speaking on various subjects about his practice and the business of law for over 20 years. In the past three years he has shifted to just speaking on topics regarding law firm management, marketing, process, talent management and most particularly, putting all of these things together to create a great culture in your firm. 

Eric is a 25 year lawyer, first as a trusted adviser, litigator and counselor for dozens of athletes, entertainers, entertainment properties, high net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs in everything from their personal legal matters to high-stakes litigation.
In 2014, Eric and his new partner, Bilal Kassem, began Pacific Workers Compensation Law Center.

Pacific Workers’ focuses exclusively on community based workers’ compensation in Northern California. Since, 2014 starting with only 4 people on the team Bilal and Eric have built Pacific Worker’s into a firm of almost 50 people with revenues in the mid-seven figures. They are now one of the largest applicant workers’ compensation firms in California with no intention of slowing down. Their mission to deliver amazing service to its clients, team and community is built upon principles and values that put People First! Building a great culture of growth, opportunity… and disciplined action has led to incredible growth for everyone in the company. In just over five years, Pacific Workers’ has been named to the Law Firm 500 (twice), the Inc. 5000 (twice) and even the Bay Area Fast 100 (the list of fastest growing companies in the Bay Area). Most importantly, Pacific Workers’ has been nominated three straight years for Best Places to Work in America by Inc. Magazine. 

Eric is a regular speaker at the Crisp Video Summit, the world’s largest Law Firm Growth conference and has recently accepted as the Keynote Speaker for the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association 2020 Winter Conference in Tahoe, California.

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