Erin is an associate in the Construction practice group at Troutman Sanders LLP. Her practice focuses primarily on the prosecution and defense of construction claims in court or before arbitration panels. She represents nationally and world-prominent construction, energy, and insurance clients and has obtained favorable results for clients at every stage of the litigation process.
In addition to her construction work, Erin also represents insurers, including one of Georgia’s largest Medicaid CMOs, in litigation at all levels of Georgia Courts and at the Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings.
Representative matters include:
- Co-counsel representing a leading power plant constructor, manufacturer, and designer in arbitration involving in excess of US $100 million in claims related to supply of CFB boiler to Louisiana utility.
- Co-counsel to leading boiler designer and manufacturer in multi-party arbitration involving in excess of US $500 million in claims related to supply and erection of 700 MW Benson OTU boiler. Project is the largest privately funded construction project in West Virginia history.
- Assisted in representation of electric utility in defense of private CERCLA contribution and cost recovery action arising from PCB contamination.
“Hal and me: Accepting technology’s imperfections,” The National Law Journal, August 22, 2011 (Co-author).
“Discovery Rules – Change is Coming,” Information Intersection, June 26, 2013.
“New York Attorneys Given Green Light to Address Client Social Media Issues,” Information Intersection, October 18, 2013.
“ABA to Lawyers – “Ignorance of Technology is not an Excuse” Information Intersection, November 5, 2012.