Founder and owner of Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. He has been an attorney for the past 23 years and has exclusively represented school and community college districts and university auxiliary organizations since 1999 in all aspects of labor and collective bargaining, management and employment law, and general education law.
An associate attorney and represents school districts, community college districts, charter schools and university auxiliary organizations in matters relating to Affordable Care Act, labor relations, and general education matters.
Joshua Taylor is an associate with Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. Mr. Taylor earned his Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in December of 2015. He graduated with honors and as a Senior Editor of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review. He earned his Bachelors in English from San Diego State University in 2006.
Berta A. Blen is an Associate with the Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. Ms. Blen earned her Juris Doctor from Rutgers University School of Law – Newark, New Jersey, in 1992. Ms. Blen was a Notes and Comments Editor of the Rutgers Law Review. Her Note, To Hear or Not to Hear: A Legal Analysis of Subliminal Technology in the Arts, was published in 1992. Ms. Blen earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science from the University of Southern California.
Susan Gilmor has over fifteen years of experience representing public entity clients in the boardroom and the courtroom. She has counseled and advised education institutions on matters including discrimination and harassment, discipline and termination, misuse of public funds, inappropriate conduct with minors, conflicts of interest, Public Record Act request, and navigating the Brown Act. Ms. Gilmor has advised public entity Boards on matters that attract media exposure including environmental impact studies, use of public funds, property damage, and liability associated with school violence, bullying and gender issues. She has mediated, advised, litigated and settled cases for more than forty school districts throughout Southern California.