Eric Hartlaub

Eric Hartlaub
  • Undergraduate Faculty
  • Graduate Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Rosenstock Hall, Room 118


I have been an adjunct professor at Hood since 2006, where I teach Legal Environment of Business. I have also taught Employment and Labor Law. 

I have been practicing law since 2003, with my legal experience in transactional business matters and the litigation of various business and real property disputes including serving as a court-appointed mediator in business and real property cases. I currently practice with Ronald B. Katz, P.A. in Owings Mills, Maryland, representing a diverse client base, including banks, real estate developers, contractors, wholesalers, accountants, engineers, and other professional, commercial and retail businesses.
I am a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Frederick County Bar Association – where I have served on the executive committee and as a co-chair of the Public Service Committee.
My previous professional experience also includes three years working as a probation/parole officer and as a commission member of the Frederick County Human Relations Commission. I was recognized in November 2005 by Frederick Magazine as an "attorney who cares." I live in Frederick County with my wife and two children.


  • University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Master of Public Administration, University of Baltimore College of Liberal Arts
  • B.A., Pennsylvania State University, Administration of Justice