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Jeffrey Ehrlich argues negligence case in California Supreme Court
On February 8, 2011, Jeffrey Ehrlich argued Cabral v. Ralph’s Grocery Co. in the California Supreme Court. The case presents the issue of whether truck drivers owe a duty of care to passing motorists when they park alongside California freeways.
For more information, read, High Court Signals It May Rule Against Ralphs In Truck Crash. Daily Journal. Wednesday, February 9, 2011. (.pdf)
Case Update: February 28, 2011. Ehrlich Law Firm wins landmark negligence ruling in California Supreme Court: Unanimous Decision in Cabral v. Ralphs
Certified Appellate Specialist
Jeffrey I. Ehrlich is certified as appellate specialist by the State Bar of California’s Committee on Legal Specialization. In California, only lawyers who receive this certification can call themselves “appellate specialists.” In order to be eligible for certification, a lawyer must have handled a minimum number of appellate matters, must devote at least half his or her practice to appellate work, and must pass a one-day examination. Mr. Ehrlich was among the first attorneys in California certified as an appellate specialist. As of January 2015, there were only 282 certified appellate specialists in California, out of more than 170,000 California lawyers. Learn More