Ehrlich Law Firm retained to handle $1 million appeal in domestic-slavery case

Ehrlich Law Firm retained to handle $1 million appeal in domestic-slavery case. October 2006 – attorneys representing a former domestic servant who sued her employer and claimed she had been held a virtual slave, has retained the Ehrlich Law Firm to defend the appeal of the $1 million judgment for unpaid wages, emotional distress, and attorney’s fees.

Ehrlich Law Firm retained to defend $15 million judgment on appeal

October 2006 – Three former Los Angeles Police Department officers who obtained a $15 million judgment against the City for wrongfully arresting them and accusing them of being corrupt have retained the Ehrlich Law Firm to defend their judgment in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Ehrlich Law Firm retained to oppose summary judgments in $100 million insurance dispute

Ehrlich Law Firm retained to oppose 10 summary-judgment motions filed by primary and excess insurance carriers who had issued policies to the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum, in a dispute involving the $34 million judgment obtained against the Coliseum by the Oakland Raiders pending in the Northern District of California.

Ehrlich Law Firm defeats insurer’s summary-judgment motion in $20 million bad-faith dispute

Ehrlich Law Firm defeats insurer’s summary-judgment motion in $20 million bad-faith dispute. June 2006 – The Ehrlich Law Firm was retained by Shernoff, Bidart & Darras to oppose a summary-judgment motion in a bad-faith lawsuit against an insurer arising from its refusal to defend its policyholder, who was ultimately hit with a $20 million judgment. The trial court denied the motion, and the case settled for a confidential amount on the eve of trial in July 2006.

Ehrlich Law Firm handling $2 million appeal in bad-faith action against homeowner’s insurer

Ehrlich Law Firm handling $2 million appeal in bad-faith action against homeowner’s insurer. March 2006 — Shernoff, Bidart & Darras, LLP has retained the Ehrlich Law Firm to handle post-trial motions and to defend a $2 million judgment on appeal in a bad-faith case arising out of the manner in which a homeowner’s insurer handled it’s policyholders’ claim after the October 2003 wildfires destroyed their home.