Eric Schroeder is a litigator and advisor who specializes in helping companies with unfair competition, intellectual property and "content" issues.
Mr. Schroeder advises and litigates for companies from start-ups to the Fortune 100 level on false advertising, trademark, copyright, defamation, right of publicity, privacy, software licensing and general commercial litigation matters which arise when companies speak, publish, advertise and otherwise seek to extend or protect their brand, reputation and sales in the marketplace. This includes advice on First Amendment and other content issues relevant for businesses, technology companies, media, artists and sports teams, such as pre-publication content review, managing companies’ reputation and intellectual property and issues arising from publishing content and advertising on the internet.
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.