Erika Schulz concentrates her practice on complex commercial litigation at the trial and appellate level, class action suits, and unfair business practices. Erika also has extensive experience advising and representing clients in matters regarding consumer product labeling, false advertising, and California’s Prop 65. Erika works closely with her clients to identify and proactively manage Prop 65 and other labeling and advertising risks, including establishing compliance programs that minimize impact on both the company and the consumer. Erika is especially well versed in FDA and USDA regulations affecting the food and beverage industry, including the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and regulations promulgated under the Organic Foods Production Act of 1990.
During law school, Erika was a staff editor for the Entertainment Law Review and class president of the Student Bar Association. She also participated in community clinics, such as El Centro Legal’s Landlord-Tenant Clinic and Teen Court Clinic, where she gained experience researching housing issues and facilitating early intervention programs for minors facing disciplinary action.