M. Eric Olmstead's practice focuses in the areas of Employment Law, Construction Law, Business Law, and Real Estate Law. He handles cases involving wrongful termination, sexual harassment and other Title VII-based claims, ADA, non-compete agreements and trade secrets. He also counsels and trains employers on how to minimize their exposure to the risks of employment lawsuits. He works with owners, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in all phases of the construction process, including contract formation, bonding, liens, claims and litigation relating to these areas. Eric represents existing businesses in their legal needs, including contract drafting and enforcement, UCC, dissolutions and collections, and assists clients in forming and operating new businesses, including LCCâ€™s and small corporations. He represents buyers and sellers in commercial and residential real estate purchases and litigation arising from such transactions. He also represents developers in all phases of real estate development, including drafting development agreements, financing, representation before city and county planning officials and litigation related to these areas.