1315 Santa Rosa St.
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Frederick K. Glick
Frederick K. Glick is the founding
partner of the firm. After passing the bar in 1980, Fred
formed a partnership with the Honorable Richard F.
Harris, a long-time judge of the San Luis Obispo County
Superior Court. Since then, Fred has developed a
specialty in real estate transactions and litigation.
His litigation experience includes condemnation actions,
easement disputes, construction defect lawsuits,
contract disputes and judicial foreclosure actions. He
has also represented a number of real estate firms and
national escrow and title companies in various
Fred's transactional experience includes the representation of
clients in major real estate acquisitions and loan
transactions on the Central Coast and throughout California.
He has extensive experience with regard to the permitting
process and in preparing the management documents for mutual
benefit water companies, as well as in the drafting of
& Restrictions for new subdivisions and the management
documents for homeowner's associations. He also represents
clients in the negotiation and drafting of contracts with
redevelopment agencies. Fred has been a member of the San Luis
Obispo County Tax Appeals Board, and has successfully
represented clients before the Tax Appeals Boards for San Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and Riverside Counties. He
has represented developers,
land owners and other clients before the Coastal Commission,
the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors, and the City
Council for San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Arroyo Grande and
Pismo Beach. Fred also has experience in the representation of
vintners, including the negotiation of the purchase of grape
Fred was raised in San Luis Obispo. He received his bachelor's
economics from Arizona State University. Before attending law
worked with his father as a farm and ranch broker for the
Central Coast Land
Company. Fred and his wife Sharon have two children, Katie and
are also lawyers.