Eric C. Lang is the founder and principal attorney at The Lang Legal Group in Atlanta, Georgia. His practice is devoted to serving the business-related litigation needs of companies and individuals who desire sophisticated services but are outside of the target market of the larger firms. He has handled a wide range of matters, ranging from multi-million-dollar litigation to basic breach of contract disputes.
Eric has been involved in every stage of litigation (including arbitration) in a wide array of business- and business-related matters. His contract dispute experience includes manufacturing agreements, sales/commission disputes, employment termination rights, real estate rights, insurance coverage and financial guarantees. He has handled corporate law disputes including securities matters, corporate governance/shareholder rights, dissenter’s rights, derivative actions, and breaches of fiduciary duties. His tort practice has included fraud/negligent misrepresentation as well as the duties of attorneys to their clients.
Eric’s practice career has been nationwide. He began practicing law in 1990, with Long, Aldridge & Norman (n/k/a Dentons). He left partnership there in 1998 to join Paul Hastings and formed his current firm in 2003. He has practiced in courts across the country and has been admitted on a case basis in state and federal courts in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina.
Eric speaks frequently on legal ethics issues, especially as impacted by attorney mental health. In the last few years, he has addressed statewide gatherings of State Court judges, Probate Court judges, Magistrate Court judges and judicial clerks. He will in April speak as part of a panel for the Georgia Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism.