Eric D. Tetrault
Prior to joining Berliner Cohen in January 2015, Mr. Tetrault was an associate at law firms in Oakland and San Francisco, and focused his practice on commercial litigation, tax matters, and corporate bankruptcy and restructuring.
Mr. Tetrault has significant experience representing secured lenders, landlords, equipment leasing and financing companies, unsecured creditors, and other parties in all aspects of Chapter 11 and 7 commercial bankruptcy cases. Mr. Tetrault also has experience representing business debtors in Chapter 11 and 7 bankruptcy cases. He has also represented creditors in Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. In addition, Mr. Tetrault has significant experience representing institutional and private lenders, insurance companies, and debtors/defendants in all aspects of bankruptcy litigation, including Bankruptcy Code section 523 dischargeability actions.
Mr. Tetrault has also represented individuals and businesses before Federal and State taxing authorities in a range of tax controversy matters. In addition, Mr. Tetrault has represented plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of civil litigation matters involving business matters, construction defects, wage and hour matters, probate litigation, and personal injury matters.
Mr. Tetrault was also an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, where he taught an Appellate Advocacy course focused on legal writing and oral advocacy, with an emphasis at the appellate level.