Eric Seidmon grew up in Pennsylvania, not far outside of Philadelphia. In 2006, with a major in Business-Marketing and a minor in Art, Mr. Seidmon received his Bachelor of Arts from Muhlenberg College, located in Allentown, PA. While at Muhlenberg, Mr. Seidmon found his voice as a Disc Jockey for the school's radio station and he made the Dean's List in the Fall of 2005. Mr. Seidmon moved to Florida in 2007 when he began law school. In 2010, Mr. Seidmon received his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
While attending Nova, Mr. Seidmon began to cultivate his legal background by taking numerous relevant courses such as Real Estate Transactions, Civil Pre-Trial Practice, Legal Drafting and Mediation workshop. During law school, Mr. Seidmon immersed himself within the south Florida legal community. He took on several leadership roles and responsibilities within the student organizations. He was a member of and served on the board for several organizations, both large and small. Most notably, Mr. Seidmon was the Co-Founder and former Vice President of the Intellectual Property Law Society and the former Treasurer and Vice President of Sports for the Sports and Entertainment Law Society. Mr. Seidmon is a former committee member of the Utility Advisory Committee for Fort Lauderdale and a former member of the Davie-Cooper City Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Florida Bar, the Pennsylvania Bar, the Broward County Bar Association-Young Lawyers Section and a board member on the Community Appearance Board of Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. Seidmon has also been published in a law review article as a Research Assistant. The article is about the 2010 changes that were made to MLBPA's Player-Agent Regulations. In Baseball's Best Interest?: A Discussion of the October 2010 MLBPA Regulations Governing Player Agents. 10 Va. Sports & Ent. L.J. 249 (2011).
At Nova, Mr. Seidmon also clerked for various law firms where he learned the nuances of running a small firm as well as the intricacies of being part of a larger one. After being admitted into the Florida Bar in 2011, Mr. Seidmon used the foundation he built from law school and clerking and went on to obtain invaluable experience working at both a large foreclosure firm as well as a small consumer protection firm. At these firm's Mr. Seidmon became versed in real estate and consumer laws. Imbibed with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion to help others, Mr. Seidmon started a firm with 2 partners, where he worked for a year before joining Legal Aid Services of Broward County, Inc. to aid distressed homeowners in foreclosure defense.