A classic trial lawyer, I appear in courthouses in Virginia and Washington, D.C.... more
A classic trial lawyer, I appear in courthouses in Virginia and Washington, D.C. multiple times a week and have done so for over a decade and a half. I resolve disputes. My cases have ranged -- on the civil law side -- from complex litigation involving large companies down to small breach of contract actions, and -- on the criminal law side -- from murder down to reckless driving.I can be seen ... view profile
My practice involves employmentand corporate law litigation and advice and counsel... more
My practice involves employmentand corporate law litigation and advice and counsel throughout Virginia, Maryland, and D.C., with a particular focus upon non-competes and related employment and business issues.I graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law in 1999 with honors.
We understand that finding the right attorney is critical and would welcome the... more
We understand that finding the right attorney is critical and would welcome the opportunity to assess your situation, answer your questions, and explain our ability to help -- even if that means helping you find an attorney with more expertise related to your legal matter. We believe that everyone should have access to legal counsel. We specialize in Consumer Protection, H-1B visas, Landlo... view profile
Josh Erlich founded a law firm because he wanted to spend more time with clients. It... more
Josh Erlich founded a law firm because he wanted to spend more time with clients. It turns out that you can go years at some firms without ever actually seeing a client. Josh wanted to fix that and, by starting his own firm, he has. Now Josh is a full time litigator, a small business owner, a blogger, sometimes a part-time bookkeeper, and everything else that comes with owning your own fi... view profile
In addition to my legal practice, I am a Professorial Lecturer in Law at the George... more
In addition to my legal practice, I am a Professorial Lecturer in Law at the George Washington University Law School, where I teach contract drafting to upper-level students. I am also a primary contributor and the Co-Editor of the Virginia Business Law Update - a blog that provides insight and commentary on news and legal developments affecting Virginia Businesses.
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