Eric M. Baum is a co-founding and co-managing partner of Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, where he is the head of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Mr. Baum has extensive experience litigating serious personal injury cases, sexual harassment and discrimination claims. He has conducted hundreds of trials, mediations and arbitrations. Mr. Baum also litigates cases with the Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, prosecuting discrimination cases in State and Federal Courts.
Mr. Baum has also successfully represented and litigated a wide variety of complex real estate and landlord/tenant matters.
Mr. Baum is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and the District of Columbia as well as in the United States District Courts for the Southern District, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York. He is routinely admitted Pro Hac Vice in State and Federal Courts around the Country.
Mr. Baum holds a Bachelor of Science from Syracuse University and a Juris Doctorate from Widener Law School, where he was a member of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society.
Eric Baum in the Media
Taggers Sue 5Pointz Owner for Whitewashing Their Graffiti
American Apparel CEO Held Me Captive, Plaintiff Claims in Sex Suit
Family Suing 3 L.I. Medical Facilities After Deaf Man Dies Without Knowing Diagnosis
Manhattan Woman Suing NYPD Claims Cops Denied Her Sign Language Interpreter Following Arrest
Deaf New Jersey Woman Sues Taco Bell Over Drive-Thru Orders
The New York Times
Deaf Patrons’ Suit Accuses Starbucks of Discrimination
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Fight to Be Heard
5Pointz Graffiti Artists Whose Works Were Erased Will Get Day in Court
Graffiti Artists Awarded $6.7 Million for Destroyed 5Pointz Murals
Deaf Starbucks Patrons Allege Discrimination In Lawsuit
New York Post
‘Sex slave’ led to ouster of American Apparel CEO
New York Daily News
Hospitals' failure to provide interpreter for deaf man led to his death, suit claims
Deaf woman arrested by NYPD settles case against city for $750,000
Alexander McQueen hit with another discrimination lawsuit
Axed Gianvito Rossi worker claims company gave Serena Williams a smaller discount on shoes than white clients
Pastry chef axed from Mario Batali's West Village restaurant files discrimination suit
Megyn Kelly delivers takedown of Fox News’ harassment culture
Harvey Weinstein may face charges after accuser says he pulled out her tampon, forcibly performed oral sex on her
American Apparel backs CEO on new sex harassment claims
Judge awards graffiti artists $6.7 million after their New York works were destroyed
UES Boutique Hotel Fired Muslim Employee Over Age and Religion: Lawsuit
Deported vets helped paint this upside-down US flag on the border. Will they have to remove it?
Artists Sue City of Memphis for Painting Over Sanctioned Murals