Mike Olson has been practicing law in Michigan since his graduation from Thomas... more
Mike Olson has been practicing law in Michigan since his graduation from Thomas Cooley Law School in 1997. He focuses his practice on Civil Litigation, Family Law, Personal Injury, Business Law and Real Estate. Mike has successfully represented clients in Courts throughout Southeastern and Central Michigan including District Courts, Circuit Courts, Courts of Appeal, Federal Courts and Bankruptc... view profile
I concentrate in the areas of business organizations, oil and gas, health care,... more
I concentrate in the areas of business organizations, oil and gas, health care, property tax appeals and complex commercial litigation. I have appeared before state and federal courts, and state and federal administrative agencies. My trial experience includes several jury and bench trials. In addition to being admitted as a lawyer in Michigan, I am also admitted in Illinois. My goal is alwa... view profile
My practice areas include representing municipal corporations and private employers... more
My practice areas include representing municipal corporations and private employers in labor and employment matters, civil litigation, and environmental law. I represent individuals in business law, real property, contracts and land use law. I am a 2006 graduate of the University of Toledo College of Law and a 2002 graduate of Michigan State University, James Madison College. I am also a memb... view profile
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