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Eric Eggan

Adjunct Professor
Law College Building
648 N. Shaw Lane Rm 368
East Lansing, MI 48824-1300

Eric Eggan is a litigation partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, LLP. He joined the firm in March 2004 after a distinguished 23-year career in state government, serving as Chief Counsel of the Michigan Attorney General's Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division. He is the Vice Chair of the firm's Hospitality and Gaming Practice Group and represents a diverse clientele in gaming, liquor and litigation matters.

Professor Eggan has tried numerous civil and criminal jury and non-jury trials and appeals in State and Federal Courts and served as Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan. He has also handled numerous high profile administrative hearings conducted by state governmental agencies.

He co-authored amendments to the Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act, MCL 432.201 et seq. and the Michigan Gaming Control Board's Administrative Rules and Regulations. He also authored several formal opinions of the Michigan Attorney General on casino gaming and liquor related issues in addition to authoring the Attorney General's Prosecutorial Investigative Subpoena Handbook. He was also listed in The Best Lawyers in America 2008. Professor Eggan teaches Trial I (Civil) in the Trial Practice Institute.

J.D., with distinction, 1981, Thomas M. Cooley Law School; B.S., cum laude, 1978, Central Michigan University

  • Trial Practice Institute - Trial I
    (Formerly DCL 534) Must be in the Trial Practice Institutue program. Because certain non-TPI courses duplicate the content of this course, students may not also receive academic credit for the following courses: Applied Evidence, Civil Trial Advocacy I, Civil Trial Advocacy II, Client Counseling and Interviewing, Criminal Trial Advocacy I - Pre-Trial, Criminal Trial Advocacy II - Trial II.

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