Olivarez Madruga Law Organization 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 Law Organization 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 Law Organization 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.
OMLO is pleased to announce that founding and managing partner Rick R. Olivarez has been selected for inclusion in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s inaugural list of “Top 100 Lawyers.”... Read More
Assembly Bill 819 (AB 819) took effect on January 1, 2022. The key changes for local public agencies to be aware of are the new communication, notice, and filing requirements under the California... Read More
Lead trial attorney Terence Gallagher recently achieved a successful defense verdict on behalf of a school district client after a 21-day trial. The matter of Ismael Campos v. Compton Unified... Read More
On April 21, 2022, the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (“Cal/OSHA”) voted to readopt a third revised version of its COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”). The second readoption... Read More
On February 28, 2022, The California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) announced its decision to lift masking requirements for indoor public settings. Beginning March 1, 2022, all persons, regardless of... Read More
On February 9, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill (“SB”) 114 into law, reinstating COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave. Like California’s prior COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave law, SB... Read More