Erica Lang focuses her practice on litigation and investigations. Erica assists companies and individuals in matters and disputes related to complex litigation and white-collar civil and criminal matters.
During law school, Erica served as a Comments Editor for the UCLA Law Review and was a Writing Advisor. Erica also externed for the Honorable Stephen V. Wilson in the Central District of California.
Secured summary judgment for the former officers of a corporation sued for trademark infringement
Represented a corporation in arbitration and prevailed resulting in obtaining a significant award for the corporation as well as attorneys’ fees and costs
Represented the former officers of a nationally recognized utility in direct and derivative litigation arising from large-scale wildfires
Representing employees of a Canadian encrypted communications company in connection with parallel United States and French criminal investigations involving over $100 million in alleged criminal proceeds
Defending digital marketing company in connection with a DOJ criminal investigation into alleged issues involving the CAN-SPAM Act
Represented health care provider in connection with a government False Claims Act investigation involving electronic medical records systems
University of California – Los Angeles School of Law, JD, 2021
University of California – Los Angeles, BA, summa cum laude, 2017
Courts / Agencies
US District Court for the Central District of California
US District Court for the Eastern District of California
US District Court for the Northern District of California
US District Court for the Southern District of California
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