Erich represents individuals and small businesses from the outset of their claims. He focuses on construction, real estate, and contracts, including disputes that involve right to repair, latent defects, new home construction, and business and real estate contracts and relationships.
Prior to joining Thrift McLemore, Erich worked at King & Spalding, Ballard Law, and the Federal Defender. He focused on litigation issues for a variety of cases including data breaches, securities issues, and construction and engineering disputes. His extensive writing experience helped him develop the skills necessary to draft complex litigation filings.
Erich graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in English. After a short stint working as a professional ghost writer, he attended Georgia State University College of Law. During his time in law school, Erich received the Cali Award and participated in the Business Capstone course. Erich was also published in the Fulton County Daily Report. Along with Judge Christopher Edwards, he co-wrote an article entitled “Virtually Unknown, ‘Tortious Misconduct’ Deserves Attention,” exploring a lesser-known Tort action in Georgia.
Erich is a member in good standing of the Georgia Bar as well as a member of the Atlanta Bar Association.
In addition to his legal work, Erich serves as the Chief Legal Officer of Dream Fields, a 501(c)(3) charity. This non-profit develops community bonds and reduces crime by building soccer fields in underprivileged areas.
Erich is also a member of the State Bar of Georgia and a member of the Atlanta Bar Association.