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Eric A. Hirsch is a counsel in King & Spalding’s Special Matters and Investigations practice in New York. Eric’s practice focuses on representing public companies, financial institutions, broker-dealers, investment advisers, and corporate officers in connection with government securities investigations involving the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, the United States Department of Justice, and other federal, state and local agencies. He also frequently counsels clients in connection with civil securities litigation in federal and state court, and also with respect to issues related to electronic discovery.

Before joining King & Spalding, Eric was Special Counsel in the New York office of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP.

 

Credentials

J.D., Hofstra University School of Law

B.A., University of Connecticut

Connecticut

New York

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

Matters

Amendments Propose Extending “Meet and Confer” Requirement, New York Law Journal (March 18, 2013) (co-author)

Use the Preliminary Conference to Save E-Discovery Costs, New York Law Journal (April 18, 2011) (co-author)

Time to Revisit the Ethics of Metadata, New York Law Journal (March 12, 2012) (co-author)

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Matters

Amendments Propose Extending “Meet and Confer” Requirement, New York Law Journal (March 18, 2013) (co-author)

Use the Preliminary Conference to Save E-Discovery Costs, New York Law Journal (April 18, 2011) (co-author)

Time to Revisit the Ethics of Metadata, New York Law Journal (March 12, 2012) (co-author)

Liability and Consequences for Failing to Supervise Employees Who Engage in Fraudulent Trading, The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation (October 15, 2008) (co-author)

Matters

Amendments Propose Extending “Meet and Confer” Requirement, New York Law Journal (March 18, 2013) (co-author)

Use the Preliminary Conference to Save E-Discovery Costs, New York Law Journal (April 18, 2011) (co-author)

Time to Revisit the Ethics of Metadata, New York Law Journal (March 12, 2012) (co-author)

See more
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Close

Matters

Amendments Propose Extending “Meet and Confer” Requirement, New York Law Journal (March 18, 2013) (co-author)

Use the Preliminary Conference to Save E-Discovery Costs, New York Law Journal (April 18, 2011) (co-author)

Time to Revisit the Ethics of Metadata, New York Law Journal (March 12, 2012) (co-author)

Liability and Consequences for Failing to Supervise Employees Who Engage in Fraudulent Trading, The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation (October 15, 2008) (co-author)

Credentials

J.D., Hofstra University School of Law

B.A., University of Connecticut

Connecticut

New York

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York