Eric Frick is an associate in Parker Poe’s Litigation Department in Charlotte. He practices in the areas of complex civil litigation, government and internal investigations, white collar criminal defense, and fintech. He has experience representing clients in variety of matters that include business torts, noncompete agreements, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and other general commercial disputes. He also serves as counsel for both companies and individuals involved in internal investigations and government investigations. He is admitted to practice in all courts of general jurisdiction in North Carolina and the U.S. District Courts for the Western and Middle Districts of North Carolina.
Eric attended George Mason University School of Law, where he served as research editor of the Journal of International Commercial Law, a member of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team, and executive vice president of the Trial Advocacy Board. He was champion of the 2013 George Mason Trial Advocacy Intramural Competition.
Prior to joining Parker Poe, Eric was a legal intern for the New York Supreme Court Criminal Term and an intern to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources' office of chief counsel.