For over twenty-five years, clients have trusted Eric Nichols to represent them in the most complex civil and criminal disputes. Eric has not only served companies and individuals in his private practice, but has served the public as a federal prosecutor and the Deputy Criminal Attorney General for the State of Texas.
First and foremost, Eric is a trial lawyer, preparing every case with the expectation that it will be tried to verdict. He works with clients to take the most complex issues in a case and break them down into a simple, convincing presentation. He recognizes the importance of setting up-front goals for client representation, which may range from vigorous trial preparation and representation to resolving matters without publicity and without charges being filed.
Eric is the former Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice, Office of the Texas Attorney General; former Assistant United States Attorney, Southern District of Texas and a former United States District Court law clerk.