After Eric J. Kuperman graduated from law school in 1997, he began his litigation career and practiced for the better part of a decade before seguing into a career as a litigation support consultant to lawyers and law firms across the nation. During the last 7 ½ years, he has focused primarily on assisting attorneys with their appellate needs and is now Vice President of Appellate Services at PrintingHouse Press, the leading Appellate Services Provider in New York City. Eric specializes in appeals in all New York State courts ranging from the Appellate Divisions up through the New York State Court of Appeals, the 2d Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. In addition, he has handled appeals in New Jersey as well as many Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal across the country.
During college, Mr. Kuperman clerked in the New York State Court system for the Law Department. Thereafter, while in law school, he held two internships - one with the Attorney General and the other with New York State Supreme Court Justice Beatrice Shainswit. In further preparation for his forthcoming litigation career, he participated in an Intensive Trial Advocacy Program during his third year in law school. Following graduation, he worked mostly as a civil defense litigator, representing major insurance carriers, both domestically and internationally. An ever-growing part of his practice, Mr. Kuperman became intrigued with appellate practice and ultimately drafted briefs and argued before the Appellate Division First Department.
Mr. Kuperman is proud to have hundreds of clients who look to him for guidance when preparing their cases for appeal. His knowledge of appellate practice and procedure fastidious attention to detail and availability at all hours, have endeared him to his loyal clients.
Mr. Kuperman is a graduate of New York University with a B.A. in Politics and a minor in Economics. He received his J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1997. He was a writer for, and an Editor of, the Cardozo Women’s Law Journal. He is admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Eric lives in New Jersey with his wife and three children. He is a weekend warrior athlete, coach, creative writer, amateur singer/musician and tutor.