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Joseph P. Olmstead, J. D.
Attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Received a B.S. and J.D. degrees from Western State University School of Law and was admitted to the California Bar in 1983.
After admission to the California Bar in 1983, Joseph P. Olmstead went in to private Civil Law Practice in Newport Beach, CA with a focus on Personal Injury and Business Law.
In 1987, Joseph P. Olmstead became CEO and in house Counsel of a Southern California Floral Company developing Floral Marketing and Retail Operations for the Western United State’s Supermarket Industry. During the period of 1989 to 1999, Joseph P. Olmstead introduced Cut Flower Supply Channels from Columbia and Ecuador to the Western United States Mass Market. In 1992, as CEO, Joseph P. Olmstead founded a Mexican Maquiladora Company, with operations in Tecate, Mexico under the United States/Mexico NAFTA Accord. The Tecate based Maquiladora imported cut flowers from Central and South America in to Mexico under bond for processing, finishing and shipment to the United States markets.
From 1992 to 1997, Joseph P. Olmstead served on the Board of Directors of the Southern California Fresh Produce and Floral Council, a Southern California based trade Association and in 1996 to 1997, served as President of the Association.
In 1997 to 1998, Joseph P. Olmstead chaired a Political Action Committee to oppose and defeat Federal Legislation designed to impose an industry surcharge on all cut flower products imported and sold in the United States.
Besides the practice of Administrative law relevant to Joseph P. Olmstead’s business and development projects, Joseph P. Olmstead has represented other investment and business groups through the administrative law process of TUPS, CUPS, administration hearings and appeals.
From 1999-2005, Joseph P. Olmstead acted as in-house counsel providing California divorce papers online and principal in various commercial projects including real estate development and construction in Orange County, Riverside County, Kern County, San Diego County and Mexico. Other business projects during this period include development of an Automotive Center and Retail Operations throughout Southern California.
In 2005, Joseph P. Olmstead went back into private law practice with the opening of offices in South Orange County and Temecula. Joseph P. Olmstead’s practice today is a law practice with emphasis on Business and Real Estate litigation, Personal Injury Litigation, Business and Real Estate transactions, Bankruptcy, Tax, and Administrative law. Joseph P. Olmstead’s client representation is strengthened and enhanced by 30 years of professional, business and investment experience.
Joseph P. Olmstead lives in Murrieta with his wife Kathleen. They have 4 children and 3 grandchildren.
• Member of the State of California Bar Association since 1983.
• Member of the Federal District Court since 1983.
• Member of the United States Tax Court since 2006.
• Member of the Riverside County Bar Association and the Southwest Riverside
County Bar Association.