Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, LLP is a certified minority-owned law firm whose attorneys are leaders in their fields and bring a wealth of experience, talent, and skill to the cases they handle and clients they serve.
Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, LLP has assembled lawyers from both the public and private sectors to provide a unique and effective blend of experience with a small firm attitude. The Firm’s goal is to provide top-tier representation at fair and reasonable prices. Given our broad range of specialty, the Firm can provide a unique level of depth and expertise for almost any legal matter facing our clients.
The attorneys of Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, LLP have over a century worth of collective experience. These experiences, shared by our attorneys and staff, allow the Firm to provide unparalleled legal counseling in the fields of corporate law; education law; government law; labor and employment law, including wage and hour; litigation, including general liability and product liability; real estate law, including CEQA, construction, redevelopment, and environmental; and water law. With offices located throughout Southern California, our Firm is well-positioned to meet the growing demands of our clients.
Lloyd Pilchen’s second article on water rights, historic canals and rivers, and modern environmental law appears in The American Surveyor‘s March/April issue. This article discusses the Clean Water Act and... Read More
On January 29, 2021, Governor Newsom approved SB-91, a critical new law with far-reaching implications for landlords and tenants. The legislation extended the existing broad eviction moratorium for most residential... Read More
Over a year has elapsed since California Governor Gavin Newsom issued the state’s initial stay-at-home order to address the COVID-19 pandemic. As of April 12, 2021, more than 22 million... Read More
Paul Aguilar successfully represented a School District in a Final Decision on Termination Appeal against an employee, who violated several District Regulations. After reviewing evidence presented on appeal, the District’s... Read More
In March of 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a set of Executive Orders which relaxed certain requirements for the conduct of teleconferenced meetings under the Brown Act (Gov. Code, §... Read More
On March 30, 2021, the California Department of Public Health declared that the County of Los Angeles will move into the Blueprint for Safer Economy, Orange Tier. As a result,... Read More