Mr. Olson focuses his practice on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the construction industry. Mr. Olson has litigated construction defect suits, payment disputes, including... more
Mr. Olson focuses his practice on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the construction industry. Mr. Olson has litigated construction defect suits, payment disputes, including mechanics lien obligations, surety bond claims as well as insurance coverage litigation involving local, regional, as well as emerging builders and developers. He is South Carolinas co-chair for the Council on Liti... view profile
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