Attorney Eric Menhart prides himself on delivering expert legal advice to small and medium businesses.
Eric Menhart brings a variety of private and public sector experience as an attorney and prior to being licensed to practice law.
Eric has a variety of trial and appellate experience. Eric has appeared in Maryland and District of Columbia state courts, as well as in federal courts such as the United States District Courts for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Massachusetts. He has also appeared pro hac vice in courts across the country, including District Courts in Virginia, Florida, California, Indiana, Illinois, Louisiana and more. Menhart also practices before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in trademark matters.
Menhart previously held positions with the United States Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division as a litigation paralegal and the Federal Trade Commission’s International Division of Consumer Protection as a legal intern. Menhart also worked as a legal intern in the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration, concentrating on radio spectrum issues.
Menhart previously founded two successful private business ventures and practiced law as an attorney at a boutique law firm concentrating in electronic torts.
Eric has been quoted or featured in numerous media and academic outlets, including:
- The New York Times
- The Washington Post
- The Baltimore Sun
- USA Today
- CNN Radio
- National Public Radio
- Associated Press
- Cosmopolitan Magazine
- Maryland Daily Record
- The Washington Times
- Congressional Research Services
- The Daily Tar Heel
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, Washington, DC
- Moot Court Board – Top 15% of Competitors
- Journal – Published Two Major Articles
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, Maryland
Bachelor of Arts, Government & Politics and Sociology (Double Major)
- Eric J. Menhart, Taxing the Internet: Analyzing the States’ Plan to Derive Online Sales Revenue, Journal of State Taxation (2007).
- Eric J. Menhart, Electronic Privacy Rights: Communal, Private, and Public Civil Enforcement, Thomson Publishing(2005).