Eric E. Holm was born in Lovell, Wyoming, just south of Billings, Montana. Eric earned an Honors Degree from Georgetown College and received his law degree from the University of Montana School of Law in 2007.
Eric has practiced law in Billings for more than a decade, focusing on civil trial litigation. Eric enjoys a broad practice in the areas of complex employment and discrimination law, labor and union representation, business advisement on employee policies and procedures, significant personal injury, wrongful death, and automobile insurance claims, as well as commercial representation and general civil litigation in the Billings area and throughout the state of Montana. He has regularly represented clients in state and federal courts and before the Montana Supreme Court, Montana Human Rights Bureau, Department of Labor, Board of Personnel Appeals, and other agencies.
Eric has been a regularly featured speaker at seminars, such as Labor and Employment Law: Best Practices for Public and Private Employers, and Montana Trial Lawyers Association, Making Your Case: Practice Tips from the Bench and Bar.
Eric is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts in Montana, plus the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
In his spare time, Eric enjoys golfing, hiking and camping in Montana’s great outdoors with his wonderful wife and their two dogs.
Bar Admissions: Montana, U.S. District Court District of Montana, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Education: Georgetown College, B.S. cum laude with Honors; University of Montana School of Law, J.D.
Professional Affiliations and Honors: State Bar of Montana; Yellowstone Area Bar Association; National Association of Distinguished Counsel Fellow