Eric G. Reeves is a trial lawyer with over twenty-five years of experience representing corporate clients in a variety of complex litigation claims, with a focus in the fields of toxic tort claims, products liability, construction litigation and business and commercial disputes.
In addition to serving as trial counsel in a number of toxic tort cases taken to verdict, Eric serves as national coordinating counsel for product manufacturers in asbestos litigation, directing all aspects of the defense of hundreds of asbestos cases pending in courts across the country. Eric also defends manufacturers and suppliers in more traditional products liability cases, with products ranging from exercise equipment and home appliances to trucks and heavy construction equipment. His construction practice is broad and varied, representing owners and contractors in trials, mediations and arbitrations of cases involving contract disputes, delay damages claims, warranty and defective construction claims, as well as construction-related accidents. Eric also represents small business owners and major corporate clients in a variety of commercial disputes involving UCC claims, supplier/distributor agreements, corporate matters (including successor liability and corporate veil-piercing claims), lease disputes and covenants not to compete.
Eric is licensed to practice in Virginia, West Virginia, Texas, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia, and he frequently appears by pro hac vice admission in other state and federal courts across the nation. He is an AV-rated lawyer, and also consistently has been recognized by his peers as a “Legal Elite” in the area of Civil Litigation by Virginia Business Magazine and as a Virginia Super Lawyer. Eric is listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Product Liability Litigation – Defendants.
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