Keith Ehrman has specialized in employment law since 1986. During the past 24 years, he has represented hundreds of employees in a wide variety of cases, ranging from discrimination and whistleblower cases to individual and class action wage claims. Born and raised in Monterey, California, Keith graduated from Stanford University in 1978 and received his law degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1981. After clerking for United States District Court Chief Judge Irving Hill, he became a member of the California Bar in 1982 and joined McGuinn, Hillsman & Palefsky in 1986. Keith holds an AV rating (highest rating) from Martindale-Hubbell.
Keith has been a guest speaker and/or panel moderator on employment issues at conferences and seminars of the California Employment Lawyers Association, the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and the California Continuing Education of the Bar. On behalf of the National Employment Lawyers Association and the California Employment Lawyers Association, he has written numerous amicus curiae briefs for presentation to the United States Supreme Court, the California Supreme Court, various federal Courts of Appeal and the California Court of Appeal.
In addition to his work in the field of employment law, Keith is the author of one of the nations most influential articles on the constitutionality of gun control legislation.