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Erik Moskowitz is a member of the firm's litigation team. Erik’s litigation practice is focused primarily on municipal defense, commercial and business litigation, and employment disputes in both federal and state courts. He also practices in the areas of professional liability defense, land use and development and intellectual property protection.
Erik graduated from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 2008 with a dual J.D. and LL.M. in Intellectual Property, Commerce, and Technology with a focus on civil litigation and copyright, trademark, and licensing law. He is a member of the American Association for Justice and the Tufts University Lawyers Association. He is a coach and instructor for the University of New Hampshire American Mock Trial Association competition team. He is also a co-clerk/secretary of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Federal Practice Section.
Before joining Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, Erik worked as a data center applications specialist at a public health research institute in Boston, designing and implementing web-based data collection and management systems for National Institutes of Health research programs. He also interned at the New Hampshire Attorney General Civil Bureau and the New Hampshire Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board.
He received his bachelor of arts degree from Tufts University.
In his free time, Erik is an avid rock climber with over nine years of instructing and climbing experience.
He is a member of the New Hampshire Bar.
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