Recognized since 2007
Banking and Finance Law
Financial Services Regulation Law
Named "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers® for:
- Banking and Finance Law, Boston (2022)
- Financial Services Regulation Law, Boston (2021)
- Financial Services Regulation Law, Boston (2019)
- Financial Services Regulation Law, Boston (2014)
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 for work in:
- Banking and Finance Law
- Financial Services Regulation Law
"Ken Ehrlich is a very knowledgeable lawyer in the areas of banking and finance, especially in terms of corporate structure, contract administration, and regulatory issues. He is very responsive and takes a common sense approach to issues and how he manages his clients' needs. He understands the balance between the cost and likelihood of success and is able to assist his clients with making reasonable business decisions when assessing risk. I would recommend Ken highly to any banks that are looking for a new law firm to represent them."
- Scott Cote (Pentucket Bank), Haverhill, MA
"Kenneth Ehrlich is extremely responsive and consistently attentive to the quality of all services provided by the firm. As the central point for all contacts with the firm, he advocates well for the client."
- Gerald Mulligan (**LSB Corporation was acquired by People’s United Financial, Inc. in a transaction that closed on 11)
"Ken Erhlich and others in his firm have assisted us in many regulatory matters and have been most helpful with interpretations of both state and federal laws and their potential impact on the bank. We always appreciate his knowledge, guidance, and expertise, as well his responsiveness. He has extensive knowledge of banking laws and regulations, and has been most helpful in assisting the bank in various matters. He is responsive and accessible, and always meets mutually agreed upon deadlines."
- Brian Thompson (Commerce Bank & Trust Company)
"Ken is a top-notch banking lawyer. He knows the business, he knows the players, and he knows what to do. This is a prized threesome when we need to get something done."
- Thomas Lyons (BankFive)
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