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Erika N. Hartliep Of Counsel

Practice Overview

Erika is of counsel in the firm’s Litigation practice, where she assists clients on a broad range of matters, including commercial and employment disputes.

Publications & Presentations

  • “Judge’s Bad Haircut Leads to Shearing of Attorney’s Fee,” presenter, Benton-Franklin County Bar Association’s Federal Civil Trial Practice Seminar (May 2015)
  • “Ethical Considerations When Filing an Attorney-Fee Motion,” presenter, Benton-Franklin County Bar Association’s Federal Civil Trial Practice Seminar (May 2014)
  • “RULE-volution: Changes to Local Rules and Federal Rules,” presenter, Benton-Franklin County Bar Association’s Federal Civil Trial Practice Seminar (May 2013)
  • “Oh Where, Oh Where Should This Lawsuit Proceed?” presenter, Eastern District of Washington Federal Bar Association District Conference (September 2012)
  • “Federal & Pac. N.W. State Water Laws Pertaining to Dairies,” author, 37 Idaho L. Rev. 681 (2001)

Professional & Community Activities

  • YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities, President
  • Volunteer coach for youth athletics
  • Christ the King Catholic Church religious education, Volunteer

Background & Interests

Prior to joining Stokes Lawrence, Erika was a Staff Attorney to Senior Judge Edward Shea with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington. She was also a team member for the Richland Sobriety Treatment and Education Program (STEP). In her free time, Erika enjoys camping, gardening, skiing, scrapbooking, and family activities with her husband and two children.

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Areas of Practice

Admissions

Washington (2002)

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington (2007)

Education

University of Idaho College of Law, J.D., technical editor, Idaho Law Review (2002)

Washington State University, B.S., Agricultural Economics (1998)

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