ASHLING EHRHARDT is an Associate at Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC. She focuses her practice on construction litigation, arbitration and mediation, representing subcontractors, contractors, design-builders and construction managers on both public and private projects in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ashling has served as counsel in complex construction cases involving project delays, disruptions and inefficiencies. In addition, she has prosecuted and defended mechanics' liens, bond claims and payment claim matters.
Ashling is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Firm's newsletter, Construction in Brief. She is conversationally fluent in Spanish.
Prior to joining Cohen Seglias in 2005, Ashling served as a law clerk to the Honorable Helen E. Hoens of the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division (now of the New Jersey Supreme Court).
While in law school, Ashling was the Managing Editor of the Rutgers Law Journal. She received the Dean's Certificate of Merit for Legal Research & Writing and was a Dean's Scholar. In addition, she was a Teaching Assistant for Legal Research & Writing and Moot Court and worked as a legal extern to the Honorable Freda L. Wolfson, U.S.D.J. She also participated in VITA (Volunteers for Income Tax Assistance), the Civil Practice Clinic and was President of the Newman Club. She is the author of a Note, Thou Shalt Not Make This Plaintiff Whole: First Amendment Implications and Possible Solutions to the New Jersey Supreme Court's McKelvery Decision in the Wake of the Sexual Abuse Scandal, 35 RUTGERS L.J. 1217 (2004).
News & Publications
•CASPA's Reach Challenged
Construction in Brief: 2015 Volume 2
•Preserving Your Rights as a Second-Tier Subcontractor or Supplier Performing Work for a Public Agency in New Jersey
Construction In Brief: Fall 2012
•Appellate Division Gives New Meaning to Sticker Shock in Public Bidding Context (PDF)
Ashling A. Ehrhardt authors article entitled Appellate Division Gives New Meaning to Sticker Shock in Public Bidding Context. This article was originally published in the August 2009 issue of the Construction Law Section Newsletter, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and is reprinted here with permission. - August 1, 2009