Clients depend on attorney Jeremy Oliver to help them navigate complex business issues and develop creative, forward-thinking solutions to a wide array of challenging legal problems.
Whether representing a sophisticated financial institution in bet-the-company litigation, or helping an entrepreneur negotiate a new business opportunity, he combines attention to detail, focus, and a level-headed demeanor to build rapport with individuals to advance client needs.
He has earned a strong reputation as a skillful, dynamic, and hard-working litigator, committed to helping clients meet their strategic objectives.
Jeremy has tried multiple jury and bench trials throughout his career, and his litigation experience includes successfully representing companies and individuals in state and federal trial and appellate courts across the country, as well as in alternative dispute resolution proceedings before third-party arbitrators and mediators.
His robust business and commercial litigation practice involves shareholder disputes, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and misrepresentation, interference with business relations, misappropriation of trade secrets, and other business torts. Clients also rely on Jeremy to represent them in government investigations, professional negligence, medical malpractice, products liability, and debtor-creditor disputes and to advise them on their general business and contract negotiations, enabling them to achieve their goals and minimize their risks.
Clients across a diverse range of industries, including construction, health care, commercial real estate, financial services, retail and hospitality, manufacturing, and engineering value Jeremy’s commitment and competitive spirit in the realm of litigation and dispute resolution, particularly within the courtroom setting.
Jeremy is an editor of Epstein Becker Green’s Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility Blog. He also serves on the firm’s Technology Committee.
In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys working out, coaching youth sports, playing golf, and watching football—splitting his collegiate allegiance between the Michigan Wolverines and the Tennessee Volunteers, and his professional allegiance between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Tennessee Titans.