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.