Eric W. Moran, Member of the Firm in the Litigation & Business Disputes and Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practices, in the firm’s New York office, was featured in “Revolving Door Roundup,” by Jody Godoy. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

June may be the beginning of vacation season, but not for these eight former government attorneys who picked last month to take to private practice at firms including … Epstein Becker Green.

Eric Moran

Epstein Becker Green this month brought in a former prosecutor who worked at the U.S. attorney’s office in New Jersey for 10 years.

Eric Moran’s time at the U.S. attorney’s office saw him take on leadership roles including head of the Trenton office and various positions within the office’s criminal division.

But being on the private side doesn’t necessarily mean hanging up his courtroom hat. “Here at Epstein Becker, we try cases,” Moran told Law360.

Moran earned his law degree from Rutgers School of Law and has practiced with Wilentz Goldman & Spitzer and Drinker Biddle.

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