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Michael DeRienzo

Legal Blog Writer

Michael DeRienzo, Legal Blog Writer

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Michael J. DeRienzo is a legal writer and journalist. He was formerly an attorney at The DeRienzo Group LLC and helps clients address Alternative Dispute Resolution legal issues.

In 2022, he was awarded a Rising Star, a designation of top-rated practicing attorneys selected through extensive evaluation. 

Michael graduated in 2014 from Villanova University School of Law.


Latest Articles

  • FTC Again Raises Concern Over Twitter/X Data Security

    There is no denying that Elon Musk has some visionary ideas. Whether he's building electric cars designed to curb the fossil fuel crisis or designing rockets to shepherd humankind to Mars, Musk is shaping the future of the world. Of course, he is not without fault and…

  • Chip Challenge Causes Catastrophic Consequences

    It is not easy to be a teenager. While that statement has always been true, perhaps this generation has faced more unexpected and unprecedented challenges than most. Between the Covid-19 Pandemic, opioids and other drugs, gun violence, …

  • Parents Lose More Than Kids in Fentanyl Murder Cases

    It's every parent's worst nightmare. Imagine going to bed at night and waking up the next morning to find your child dead. Even worse, upon discovery of the body, you figure out that the cause of your child's death was you. You had left out pills (or powder) on…

  • Burger King Forced To Litigate Whopper of a Lawsuit

    By the 1970s, Burger King was in trouble. Despite being around longer than its main competitor McDonald's, Burger King was lagging far behind in size, revenue, and overall success. So, as the first shot in the so-called "Burger Wars" of the 1980s, Burger King released…

  • Rite Aid Considers Bankruptcy to Avoid Opioid Lawsuits

    In 2021, an estimated 220 people died every day due to opioid overdose. There are many factors to the opioid epidemic — mental health issues, the Covid-19 pandemic, and economic downturns, just to name a few. However, many experts agree that one…

  • Inside Golf Legend Jack Nicklaus' Fight To Reclaim His Name

    A few athletes are so dominant they become synonymous with the sport they play. What Michael Jordan is to basketball and Wayne Gretzky is to hockey, the name Jack Nicklaus is to golf. But what about the man behind the name? Can he live outside the world of golf, or…

  • Will U.S. Courts Begin Weighing In on Climate Change?

    There is an old saying that everybody hates a lawyer until they need one. Sometimes, even lawyers hate being lawyers. Regardless of your feelings toward lawyers, there is one thing that is clear — lawyers, and their lawsuits, can make an impact. It's no coincidence that the…

  • A Double Feature of Strikes in Hollywood

    If you're a movie buff, you've probably heard the word "SAG strike" thrown around lately. For the first time since 1960, both the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) have decided to band together and go on…

  • Bookstores Challenge New Texas Book Ban for Public Schools

    The very idea of a "book ban" in the United States sounds unimaginable in this day in age. Censorship is a thing of the past, right? Well, apparently not if you live in the state of Texas. Courtesy of a new Texas law, books containing sexually explicit references or depictions…

  • Biden Promises New Student Loan Relief Following SCOTUS Ruling

    The classic career catch-22: if you want a job, you'll need to go to college; but to go to college, you'll need a job. But working and going to school at the same time can be tough. So you look for another option and find yourself doing what millions of…

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