Eric Wersching, a CSF Life Member, graduated from Ocean View High School in Huntington Beach. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from UCLA and his juris doctor, magna cum laude, from UC Hastings College of the Law. Eric then served as a law clerk to the Honorable Melvin Brunetti, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and eventually formed the law firm of Ross Wersching & Wolcott LLP.
Professionally, Eric represents clients in all phases of complex litigation, with an emphasis on contract disputes, trade secret violations, employment disputes, and real estate matters. Eric lectures domestically and internationally on a wide range of legal topics.
When not practicing law, Eric loves spending time with his wife and three small children. He also enjoys volunteering in the community. Eric is a youth soccer coach, a Fellow of the Orange County Bar Foundation, a past Orange County Area Chair for the UCLA Alumni Association’s Scholarship Committee, a past Trustee of the UC Hastings College of the Law Foundation, and is a past Chair of the Ladera Ranch Civic Council. Additionally, Eric is often credited with starting the first “graffiti hotline” in Orange County when he began noticing graffiti in his neighborhood and, as an 8th grader, rallied city officials and residents into action. Notably, Eric’s grandmother, Elizabeth Murphy O’Neill, was the first recipient of the Charles and Marian H. Seymour Memorial Award in 1936.