San Diego Real Estate Attorney Blog

Proud Donor to Susan G. Komen

Proud Donor to Susan G. Komen

  The Law Office of Gregory P. Olson is a proud donor to the Susan G. Komen foundation which addresses breast cancer on multiple fronts such as research, community health, global outreach and public policy initiatives in order to make the biggest impact against...

Supporting the Farmlink Project

Supporting the Farmlink Project

  The Law Office of Gregory P. Olson is proud to announce it supports The Farmlink Project which is an organization working to combat the problems of hunger and food waste. The Farmlink Project is acting as the “link” connecting the broken supply chains in the...

What Should I Know Before Buying Property in California?

What Should I Know Before Buying Property in California?

Buying real estate in San Diego, CA or anywhere in California is a major step, and you need to be fully prepared for the legal aspects of purchasing a home before plunging in. Real estate attorneys who understand the body of law governing home purchases can help a...

Perfect 10 Rating Score from Avvo

Perfect 10 Rating Score from Avvo

We are pleased to announce that Attorney Greg Olson of San Diego has achieved a perfect 10 out of 10 rating for his exceptional legal services by the prestigious legal resource Avvo.com®. Avvo helps people find and connect with the right lawyer through industry...

America’s Most Honored Professionals

America’s Most Honored Professionals

San Diego Attorney Greg Olson has been awarded America’s Most Honored Professionals by Martindale-Hubbell®. This prestigious honor is awarded for continuous professional recognition; an accomplishment realized by the Top 10% of American Professionals. All qualifying...

California State Law Now Prohibits On-Duty Rest Periods

California State Law Now Prohibits On-Duty Rest Periods

The California Supreme Court has concluded that state law prohibits on-duty and on-call rest periods. “During required rest periods, employers must relieve their employees of all duties and relinquish any control over how employees spend their break time.” Augustus v....