Frank C. Olah is an experienced litigator and a member of the firm’s Employment, Professional Liability, and Commercial Litigation teams. He has represented a diverse array of clients, including small business owners, multi-national corporations, and individual shareholders. Mr. Olah also provides corporate and transactional legal services to established privately-held companies as well as start-ups in the areas of business formation, regulatory compliance, the drafting and negotiation of contracts, and outside general counsel legal support.
Mr. Olah has served on several trial teams, representing employers and manufacturers in high stakes cases. He has briefed and argued numerous motions in federal and state courts across California. In addition to representing employers in class actions and single-plaintiff discrimination and wage & hour cases, Mr. Olah has significant experience in commercial, product liability, and insurance coverage litigation. His commercial litigation practice focuses on financial services litigation involving wrongful foreclosure and mortgage fraud claims.
Mr. Olah graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 2006, where he was an award-winning member of the International Moot Court Board and the University of Miami Inter-American Law Review. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Washington & Lee University.