Partner – Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Eric Schroeder is a Partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. He helps his clients protect their brand, reputation and sales in the marketplace. He specializes in unfair competition, intellectual property, licensing, First Amendment and various “content” issues. Before joining the firm, Mr. Schroeder clerked with the Honorable William C. O’Kelley, United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Mr. Schroeder currently serves as the President of the Atlanta Chapter for the Federal Bar Association, and has served on its Executive Committee for several years. Mr. Schroeder is the immediate past Chairman of the Board for the Frazer Center, a non-profit center in Atlanta which serves adults and children with special needs in an inclusive setting. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, J.D., Order of the Coif, 1996. His practice areas include: Intellectual Property, Commercial Disputes, Sports & Entertainment Group, Retail, Agriculture and Food Disputes, Sport & Entertainment Disputes, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Regulation, Compliance & Advisory, Media Disputes, Health Care Team, Data Centers and Digital Infrastructure, Hospitality & Leisure. His recognitions and achievements include: Georgia Super Lawyer (2009-2018), Georgia Rising Star (2006-2007), Frazer Center – Former Board Member and Chairman, Recognized by Top Verdict as winner of one of the Top 20 Verdicts in Georgia in the year 2016 for WIKA Instrument Corp. v. Ashcroft (10th highest verdict), Georgia Super Lawyer Top List (2013), ABA Forum on Communications Law – Governing Committee, Atlanta Sports Counsel Roundtable, Founding Member and Convenor, Federal Bar Association, Atlanta Chapter: former President and Executive Committee, and State Bar of Georgia, Media Judiciary Conference, Organizing Committee.