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

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

Los Angeles Appellate Lawyer to Handle AppealOctober 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.


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Mr. Ehrlich is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars, and has lectured on appellate advocacy, legal writing, insurance law, arbitration, and other subjects. He has been a featured speaker to consumer and business groups, including the American Association of Trial Lawyers, the Consumer Attorneys Association of California, the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, The Rutter Group, the National Employment Lawyers Association, the Legal Education Institute, Mealy’s, the California Regional TLA conference, and the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel.

He is an associate editor of that organization’s Advocate magazine, and edits the yearly issues on insurance and on appeals. His articles on insurance law, appeals, HMOs, arbitration, and other topics have been published in the Advocate, as well as in the Consumer Attorneys of California’s Forum, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal. [Published Articles]

Mr. Ehrlich is the editor-in-chief of The Advocate, the magazine of the Southern California Consumer Attorneys Association. He also edits that magazine’s issues on insurance and on law-and-motion and appeals. He has also authored articles on appellate and law-and-motion practice; on oral argument; and on substantive legal topics, such as insurance, arbitration, patient rights, and federal preemption of state law under ERISA, Medicare, and the Federal Arbitration Act.  More About Jeffrey Ehrlich

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