Eric Neeper is a litigator handling complex contract and business-related claims in Colorado's state and federal courts. While most of Eric's clients are based in Colorado, many are national corporations seeking representation for multi-party occurrences within the state and across the country.
He has earned a reputation for being tech savvy, practical, responsive and approachable. Eric's first-hand business experience and start-up acumen provide him with a perspective on his clients' concerns and needs that set him apart from most other litigators.
Eric has a long-standing interest in the tech sector and its intersection with trademarks and other aspects of IP law. While in law school, Eric co-authored, “Toward a Neuroscience Model of Tort Law: How Functional Neuroimaging Will Transform Tort Doctrine,” which was published in Volume XIII of Columbia University’s Science and Technology Law Review (2012), which advocates for the incorporation of functional neuroimaging evidence in tort law. During his research assistantship, he co-created the NanoLaw Blog, about the emerging interaction of nanotechnology and the law. Immediately after law school, he joined Minor & Brown, where he has gained practical experience advising start-ups across many industries with the identification and protection of their brand assets.
Eric served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Mary Pat Thynge of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, where he performed the duties of a law clerk.
Professional and Civic Activities
- The Morgan Adams Foundation, Board of Directors Member 2015 - Present
- IMPACT Denver Class of 2013, Member - A six-month civic leadership program specially designed for Metro Denver’s next generation of community leaders.
- Colorado Intellectual Property Inn of Court, Member 2013 – Present
- Institutional Animal Care and Usage Committee (IACUC), Member 2014 - Present
- Denver Bar Association, Member 2012 - Present
- Colorado Bar Association, Member 2012 – Present
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member 2011 – Present
Outside the Office
Eric is a recreational runner and triathlete. "I trained myself how to swim in open water," Eric explains, "one of the hardest things I've ever accomplished. If I can do that, I figure I can handle just about anything."