It’s still not over? - Advocate Article

Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Summary

A SHORT GUIDE TO PETITIONS FOR REHEARING, REVIEW, DEPUBLICATION, AND POST-APPEAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE TRIAL COURT

Presenters
Jeffrey I. Ehrlich
Jeffrey I. Ehrlich is the principal of the Ehrlich Law Firm, with offices in Encino and Claremont, California. His practice focuses on providing appellate support for the plaintiffs’ trial bar. Ehrlich is certified by the State Bar of California as an appellate specialist, and has argued appeals before the U.S. Supreme Court, more than half of the U.S. Circuit Courts, the California Supreme Court, and every appellate court in California. In all, he has briefed and argued well over 200 appeals, and has 67 published appellate opinions. These include landmark victories for consumers in the areas of negligence law (Cabral v. Ralph’s Grocery Co. 2011); insurance-policy interpretation (Minkler v. Safeco Ins. Co. 2010); insurance bad-faith litigation (Wilson v. 21st Century Ins. Co. 2007); ERISA (UNUM Life Ins. Co. v. Ward 1999); and arbitration (Smith v. Pacific Care Behavior Health of Cal. 2001). Ehrlich is currently a contributing author of the Rutter Group’s In surance Litigation treatise, and has formerly been a contributing editor of the Rutter treatises on Civil Procedure Before Trial and Insurance Litigation. He has been a featured speaker for the Rutter Group, AAJ, CAOC, and CAALA. Ehrlich is a two-time winner of CAALA’s “Appellate Lawyer of the Year” award, and is a member of the CAALA Board of Governors. He is the Editor-in-Chief of CAALA’s Advocate magazine.

Originally Published

December 6, 2018

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