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Brad Ervin is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office.  His practice includes both general litigation and appellate matters.

  • Representation of industry clients as intervenors in ten lawsuits involving U.S. Department of Interior oil and gas regulations and regulatory actions.
  • Representation of industry clients as intervenors in two lawsuits involving U.S. Department of Commerce environmental regulations and regulatory actions.
  • Representation of state government in successful interlocutory appeal to state Court of Appeals and Supreme Court regarding scope of state’s ability to recover environmental contamination clean-up costs from responsible parties.
  • Representation of immigration law firm in constitutional and administrative challenge to changes in regulations governing alien labor clearances.
  • Representation of pharmaceutical company in administrative action regarding market exclusivity.
  • Assisting in representation of pharmaceutical company before Congress.
  • Provided assistance in bringing oil companies’ contract claims against the federal government.
  • Represent a prisoner in an appeal of a Bivens action based on the First Amendment.
  • Assisted in representation of petitioner in a Supreme Court Fourteenth Amendment case.
  • Representation of medical student associations as amicus curiae on constitutional question in state Supreme Court.
  • Representation of two national attorney organizations as amicus curiae in constitutional and statutory cases before the United States Supreme Court.
  • Washington DC Super Lawyers, Administrative Law "Rising Star" (2014-2016)