Eric C. Werner

Associate

775.853.8746

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Admissions

  • Nevada
  • California

Education

  • B.S., San Diego State University
  • J.D., University of San Francisco

BIOGRAPHY

Eric C. Werner is an associate of the Firm’s Northern Nevada litigation department, focusing primarily in employment law, commercial litigation, and insurance defense.

Originally from San Francisco, California, Eric completed his undergraduate studies at San Diego State University, receiving his Bachelor of Science in Integrated Marketing and a minor in Political Science. In 2013, Eric received his Juris Doctorate from the University of San Francisco, where he was involved in the Investor Justice Clinic and Intensive Advocacy Program.

Eric is licensed in both California and Nevada, and practices predominantly in the Firm’s Reno and Lake Tahoe offices. Eric focuses on helping individuals, government entities, and commercial clients protect their interests through aggressive litigation advocacy and strategies while endeavoring to provide his clients with dynamic legal representation tailored to the specific needs of their industry.

Eric is heavily involved in providing community service to members of the Lake Tahoe Basin, through programs such as SOS Outreach and Project Mana. Eric is an avid outdoorsman and in his free time enjoys backcountry skiing, wakeboarding, and rock climbing.



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