Eugene Boulé focuses his trial practice on the defense of negligence-based lawsuits in New York state and federal courts. Gene has extensive experience with complex, high-exposure construction accident, aviation, premises liability and security, and product liability matters involving personal injury and property damage claims. He is particularly skilled in direct and cross-examination of important damages trial witnesses such as doctors, vocational rehabilitation experts and economists.
A significant portion of Gene’s practice involves representing owners and contractors in construction site litigation. Through his experience, he is familiar with the intricacies of New York State Labor Law. In addition, he represents commercial and general aviation interests, from manufacturers to airlines to facilities and all related service and support industries. Gene also regularly represents property owners and commercial tenants in premises liability matters ranging from negligent security matters to slip-and-fall actions to Dram Shop claims. In addition, he handles coverage matters on behalf of general liability insurers, issuing coverage opinions and litigating coverage issues.
Gene’s litigation approach reflects his clients’ desire for a high level of responsiveness, thorough analysis of claims and identification of opportunities for early resolution. He also is an experienced trial attorney and has obtained defense verdicts and favorable pre-trial results on behalf of his clients.