Eric Richardson is the owner of ER Law. Since graduating from law school, he has built a litigation practice by handling a wide variety of cases before North Carolina District and Superior Courts, Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts, as well as the North Carolina Industrial Commission. Although Eric has represented a number of business interests and other entities during his legal career, he now focuses his practice on the representation of people who need assistance in maneuvering through the maze of civil litigation.
Born in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Eric graduated from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and government. He worked for two years as a Federal Budget Analyst in Bethesda, Maryland before attending law school. Eric graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law where he was a member of the Editorial Board of the Wake Forest Law Review.
He is a published author and contributes a significant amount of his time to community service, including serving as the General Chairman for the 2009 Wyndham Championship PGA tour event and coaching the East Forsyth High School trial team in the NCAJ Mock Trial Competition. Eric is a member of the NC Advocates for Justice, the American Association for Justice, the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Committee and the Multi Million Dollar Advocates’ Forum. He has served on the NC Bar Association’s Medico-Legal Committee, the NC Bar Association’s Family Law Section Committee, and as President of the Guilford County Family Law Section. He has also served as CLE co-chair for the auto torts section of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and has been recognized in multiple years by the Greensboro Bar Association as a member of the Herb Falk society. Eric served as Greensboro Bar Association President from 2019-2020. Eric is certified to practice in the Western, Middle and Eastern Districts of North Carolina’s Federal Courts as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Prior to joining ER Law, Molly spent five years at the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office, where she represented individuals on a wide range of criminal cases, from DWI’s and district court criminal matters to serious felonies. Along with her significant trial and courtroom experience, she brings her commitment to supporting her clients as they navigate the justice system.
Molly grew up in Greenville, North Carolina, and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in International Studies. After graduating, she taught English in Mexico and volunteered as an AmeriCorps member in Durham, North Carolina serving the immigrant community. During this time, she developed a proficiency in the Spanish language. Molly earned her J.D. in 2014 from Campbell’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. While there, she was active in the trial advocacy program, and was admitted into the Order of the Barristers; obtained her Third Year Practice Certificate and represented clients in State and Federal Court; and authored a publication for the North Carolina Bar Association’s Education Section.
Molly is active in the Greensboro community. She is the Secretary of the Greensboro Bar Association and a member of the Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. She volunteers at Greensboro Urban Ministry, and has served as a volunteer judge for the Guilford County Teen Court Program.
Andrew Denoff goes the extra mile for his clients. Since beginning his practice, he has handled cases from start to finish in 5 different North Carolina counties. Today he routinely appears in Guilford and Rockingham County courts. Prior to being a lawyer, Andrew learned the value of a hard day’s work.
Andrew grew up in Ridgeway, Virginia just a few miles from the North Carolina state line. Right after high school he moved to Greensboro to begin a brief career in the music industry. After several years playing the regional circuit, he went back to school attending Guilford College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in history and a minor in criminal justice. Andrew attended Elon University School of Law immediately after college where he began his career and fascination with the law.
During law school, Andrew served as secretary of the Criminal Law Society and as an Academic Fellow. He also worked as a volunteer for the North Carolina chapter of the Innocence Project. He completed his Residency at the Greensboro Public Defender’s Office and completed a 3L Practical Internship at the Rockingham County District Attorney’s Office giving him a unique perspective at both sides of the table in criminal matters. He later graduated Elon Law with honors and was thereafter admitted to the North Carolina State Bar.
Andrew’s practice focuses on Criminal Law and Family Law, including, DWIs, Traffic Tickets, Custody, and Divorce needs. In addition to his regular course of work, he also accepts court appointed clients from both the Public Defender’s overflow list and the Department of Social Services parent’s attorney list.