Losch & Ehrlich
Attorneys at Law

Areas of Practice

As a boutique law firm dedicated to meeting all of our clients' needs, we handle matters relating to a wide array of legal issues. Generally speaking, LOSCH & EHRLICH specializes in the following areas:

Agreements
We can help to prepare and review a wide range of contracts including those used for employment, purchases, licensing, and more.

Debt and Judgment Collection
We help to recover money owed to our clients quickly and resolutely. From businesses needing to collect past due amounts to landlords owed money for back rent, our talents collecting debts enable our clients to swiftly collect money they are due.  We also specialize in collecting unpaid judgments.

Employment Law

Estate Law
Planning ahead is important and we help our clients create a secure future for them and those they care for by helping to draft Wills and Last Testaments, Trusts and Living Trusts, Medical Powers of Attorney, and more.

General Civil
Our attorneys have extensive experience in business and commercial litigation, drafting contracts and other agreements, personal injury matters, real estate disputes, insurance defense, and complex cases.

Hospitality Law
We offer legal support for hotels, restaurants, and resorts of all sizes.

Incorporating
We help our clients establish corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and other forms of businesses on a routine basis.

Insurance Defense
We represent a number of insurance companies and third party administrators with a specialization in construction defects cases, environmental cases, as well as general tort defense.

Intellectual Property
Our firm handles many issues relating to intellectual property including registering patents, trademarks, and copyrights.

Maritime Law
Mr. Losch has an extensive background practicing Maritime Law and is a contract partner with the highly regarded Kaye, Rose & Partners, LLP. For more information on Kaye, Rose & Partners, please visit their website.

Partnership and Corporate Disputes

Securities Defense

Unlawful Detainers