Eric Lockridge enjoys helping clients solve problems that arise in their businesses. His practice includes business litigation, bankruptcy and business reorganization, commercial collections, and assisting clients with business transactions. He has tried commercial and tort cases to verdict in Louisiana and Texas, and has successfully defended judgments on appeal. Eric currently focuses on lender work-out agreements, bankruptcy-related litigation, negotiation and dispute resolution, and complex commercial cases for Kean Miller’s construction, energy, and financial sector clients. Eric also works with Kean Miller’s intellectual property team to litigate patent, trademark, and copyright claims.
Eric advises corporate clients, lenders, and distressed-asset investors in asset acquisitions and sales, financing, corporate structures, document-retention programs, and insurance-related issues. Eric practiced law in Texas for six years before joining Kean Miller in 2005, and continues to represent clients in litigation and bankruptcy matters in Texas.
Eric earned his B.A. in Political Science from Emory University in 1995. He earned his J.D., with honors, from The University of Texas School of Law in 1999. In law school, Eric was an advocate on UT Law's National Mock Trial Team and served as an associate editor for the Texas Review of Law and Politics.