Attorneys and Staff

Eric Fisher's Professional Experience

  • The Law Office of Eric A. Fisher, LLC, Frisco, CO 8/99-present
  • Representing clients in Immigration Court and before USCIS; business, real estate and construction litigation and transactions; copyright and trademark matters.
  • Sperberg & Associates, LLC, Avon, CO., 10/98-8/99
  • Represented clients promoting commercial development in resort communities. Construction & Real Estate Litigation.
  • Overseas Strategic Consulting, Ltd., Phila., PA - Director of Legal Reform Projects, 2/96-10/98
  • Served as Deputy Team Leader and Legal Liaison in Almaty, Kazakhstan from February to November 1996. Developed training programs in Bosnia and established an office in Republika Srpska for the Public Education team.
  • MGL Corp., Trevose, PA - General counsel, 1990-96; Executive Vice President, Trade Division, 1993-1996.
  • Established joint ventures with Russian textile mills, a TV station, newspaper and other businesses, including drafting all documents, press releases and marketing materials. Lectured on contract law to Russian business people.
  • Echelon Associates, Inc., Owner, 1989 to 1993.
  • Private law practice and international consulting firm for emerging marketplaces in Eastern Europe and the former republics of the Soviet Union.
  • Cozen & O'Connor, Philadelphia, PA 1986 to 1989. Partner, commercial Litigation Department, 1988 to 1989. Associate, Arson & Fraud Dept., 1986 to 1988.
  • Insurance defense and other civil litigation.
  • Office of the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California, Assistant US Attorney, San Jose, CA, 1982 to 1986. Special Assistant US Attorney, San Francisco, CA 1981 to 1982.
  • Prosecuted white collar crimes including importers of counterfeit computers and exporters of protected technology, requiring extensive knowledge of copyright , trademark and computer law.
  • United States Department of Justice, Trial Attorney, General Litigation & Legal Advise Section, Criminal Division, 1978 to 1981.
  • Helped draft criminal provisions of copyright law and judicial assistance treaties; Represented immigration and naturalization service before numerous Federal District Courts and Courts of Appeals
  • Attorney Advisor, Board of Immigration Appeals, 1976 to 1978.
  • Reviewed case files, drafted opinions and advised on legislative and regulatory immigration matters.
  • The Presidential Clemency Board, The White House, Washington, DC, summer 1975

Published Work

"Community Courts: An Alternative to Conventional Criminal Adjudication"
24 American University Law Review 1253, "1975"

"A Prosecutor's View of the Export Administration Act,"
San Francisco Barrister (1984)