“I will work hard on any case I am given and will not shy away from tackling big projects.”
Erika is an attorney in Obermayer’s Business and Finance department. She focuses her practice on corporate law and real estate transactions, representing financial institutions, real estate developers and investors, as well as private clients.
Erika works with clients to understand their issues and anticipate their needs. Problem-solving and getting work done quickly and correctly are some of her greatest assets. Erika is a lawyer because she loves helping people and being a sounding board for people’s ideas and problems. Expanding her knowledge base about any given topic through research is one of her favorite things about the law because it involves both legal and practical/real-life knowledge.
In her free time, Erika likes to golf and play soccer, visit the Jersey shore, and read fiction novels.
Throughout law school and her legal career thus far, Erika has specifically focused on gaining experience in the area of business and real estate law. She has experience with real estate matters, public works research, acquisitions, and complex loan agreements.
In law school, Erika was a recipient of Merit Scholarship. She was a member of the Corporate Law Society at Villanova, competed in the Moot Court Competition, and volunteered with the Pro Bono Society.
Erika was also an active Guardian ad Litem to two minor girls while she attended the University of Miami where she was a Business Law major and political science minor.