Eric Early receives recognition as a leader of influence

Eric Early has not only won fame and admiration for his principled willingness to take on Adam Schiff in this years Congressional race, but by his excellent professional work as well.  He is managing partner of the law firm of Early, Sullivan, Wright, Gizer and McRae, LLP and has been named as a Leader of Influence: Litigators and Trial Lawyers.

Early recently won the California primary and will be the lone challenger to Congressman Adam Schiff in California’s 28th Congressional District election in November 2020. Early successfully advanced from the primary election, securing enough votes to advance over six other candidates. He was previously a candidate for California Attorney General and, although a first-time candidate for political office, received almost one million votes and secured endorsements from former Congressman Darryl Issa, former Los Angeles County D.A. Steve Cooley, former Secretary of State George C. Schultz and former State Senate Leader Pat Bates. He is also Early Sullivan Wright Gizer & McRae’s managing partner, regularly representing Fortune 500 real estate companies and entertainment industry players, and has built one of the fastest growing law firms in California. He continues to represent major national title insurance companies, Fidelity National Title, First American Title, and Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company, among others.

1 Comment on “Eric Early receives recognition as a leader of influence

  1. Heard you speak in Glendale. Hoping and praying for your win. I live in Mike Garcia’s district. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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