Eric L. Ray is an attorney in Holland and & Knight's Miami office and works in the firm's Litigation Section.
Mr. Ray has successfully represented both domestic and foreign clients in complex federal and state cases, as well as in arbitrations administered by the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA). He is well-versed in advising on business disputes, including real estate and title insurance litigation; business torts, including fraud; banking litigation; corporate and partnership disputes; insurance litigation; and employment disputes. Mr. Ray has also presented on business and litigations issues related to the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Ray worked as a public relations executive in New York.
In the community, Mr. Ray is active in numerous organizations, including United Way, Chapman Partnership for the Homeless, University of Miami Citizens Board, and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's (AIPAC) South Florida Real Estate Division. Mr. Ray also provides pro bono legal representation to children in foster care through Lawyers for Children America, to juveniles in immigration court proceedings, and to individuals seeking asylum in the United States. Mr. Ray previously assisted the Innocence Project in successfully exonerating a wrongfully convicted man after spending 25 years in prison.
During law school, Mr. Ray was an intern in the Center for Ethics and Public Service, a Dean's Merit Scholarship recipient and served as an articles and comments editor for the University of Miami Inter-American Law Review. In addition, he served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Gerald B. Cope of the Florida Third District Court of Appeal.
Mr. Ray's representative engagements include:
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