DePaul University School of Law, J.D., 1987
Kalamazoo College, B.A. 1981
U.S. District Courts
- Western District of Michigan
- Northern District of Illinois
Employers are obligated to follow an alphabet soup of employment laws and regulations, and Bruce Olson is well prepared to guide them through the difficult process.
His practice is devoted to counseling employers on all aspects of employment and benefit matters and defending employers in related litigation in federal and state courts and before government agencies. Bruce understands that there are no cookie-cutter solutions to employment issues. Sometimes the process involves creating and implementing corporate-wide policies; other times it involves carefully reviewing the facts pertaining to an individual employee’s situation.
With his extensive background in labor, equal employment, ERISA, benefit and all other employment matters, Bruce has a particularly outstanding track record in defending his clients against retaliation claims. He also has achieved great success in educating his clients on how to avoid such claims.
State Bar of Michigan, 1991, Information Technology Law and Labor and Employment Law Sections
American Bar Association, Litigation, Labor and Employment Law Sections
"Preventing Retaliation Claims," Personal Law Update, 2000
Recruiting and Hiring Employees While Staying in Compliance with the Law, Seminar on Untangling the FMLA, ADA, and Workers' Comp Overlap, 2001
2007 Employment Discrimination Law by Lindemann & Grossman,
Contributor to completely revised Chapter on Hiring
2002 Supplement to Employment Discrimination Law by Lindemann & Grossman, Contributor to Chapter on Hiring
2000 Supplement to Employment Discrimination Law by Lindemann & Grossman, Contributor to Chapter on Hiring
1998 Supplement to Employment Discrimination Law by Lindemann & Grossman, Contributor to Chapters on Hiring and Promotion