Mr. Ehrlich has extensive experience in business and commercial litigation, as well as the preparation of various business-related contracts and agreements.
Mr. Ehrlich’s areas of litigation expertise include: employment law (including wrongful termination); ADA issues; real estate and construction claims; intellectual property (including copyright and trademark); partnership and corporate disputes; hospitality law (including hotel, restaurant and resort litigation); securities litigation defense; mass tort litigation; and administrative matters by governmental agencies (such as the Attorney General, etc.).
Mr. Ehrlich has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating business transaction documents such as leases, employment agreements, severance/separation agreements, licensing agreements, technology sharing agreements, and contracts of every nature.
In addition, Mr. Ehrlich was lead counsel for the leading manufacturer in mass tort litigation involving polybutylene tubing and has extensive experience involving timeshare, membership camping and fractionalized ownership matters and issues.
"AV" rated by Martindale-Hubbell since 1987
U.S. Supreme Court
California Supreme Court
U.S. District Court of Appeals - District of Columbia & 9th Circuit
U.S. District Court - Southern, Central, Northern, and Eastern Districts of California
Founding Partner, Losch & Ehrlich - Attorneys at Law (1997-present)
Of Counsel, Caruso Smith Edell Picini, Fairfield, NJ (present)
Partner, Lillick & Charles (now Nixon Peabody), San Francisco, CA (1990-1997)
Partner, Goldstein Barceloux and Goldstein, San Francisco, CA (1985-1989)
Weintraub, Genshlea, Giannoni & Sproul, Sacramento, CA (1980-1984)
Deputy District Attorney, Sacramento District (1978-1980)
Admitted to California Bar (1978)
Philip Morris v. Cigarettes for Less, et al., 69 F.Supp.2nd 1181 (1999); 215 F.3d 1999
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, California (J.D., with distinction, 1978)
University of California, Santa Barbara, California (M.F.A., 1975)
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania (B.A., cum laude, 1973)