Erin Huntington is a trial and appellate lawyer in Nixon Peabody’s Complex Commercial Disputes practice group. He represents a diverse set of clients in a variety of commercial disputes before state and federal courts.
My practice is focused on complex commercial disputes in state and federal courts, representing clients in various industries in all phases of litigation, mediation, and arbitration. I represent businesses in a diverse range of matters, including statewide class actions, corporate and partnership mergers and dissolutions, labor and employment disputes, health care litigation, and trade secrets actions. My wide-ranging practice allows me to handle a variety of commercial disputes, develop creative strategies for resolution, and ensure that cases run smoothly and efficiently in order to maximize value for my clients.
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Litigation and Insurance Alert | 05.04.20
University of California, Davis School of Law, J.D., Managing Editor, Journal of International Law and Policy; Staff Editor, Business Law Journal
Oberlin College, B.A.
Erin received a 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch recognition for Commercial Litigation.
Erin was selected to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in Business and Corporate Law for 2018 and 2019. This peer designation is awarded to a select number of accomplished attorneys in each state. The Rising Stars selection process takes into account peer recognition, professional achievement in legal practice, including verdicts, settlements, awards, pro bono work, and other cogent factors.