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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

  • Professor Claims Age Is Not Just a Number in Discrimination Case

    There are advantages to getting older. Sure, your body starts to slow down a little bit, but there are a lot of perks to being in your golden years. Early bird specials. Government-funded healthcare. Social Security payments. Heck, you could…

  • College Athletes Win In Class Certification Motion

    Want to make some money while attending college? You can start your own business. You can also try to be a (paid) intern. Or, thanks to recent changes in the law, you can make money from being an athlete.

  • Easy, Weezy! Finder of Lost Notebook Demands Lil Wayne Stop Making Threats Over Ownership.

    Any kid on the playground can tell you what happens if you find something that another kid lost. Most of them will probably tell you the same thing: "Finders keepers. Losers Weepers." On the playground, there was little defense. The law of the playground was absolute. If you lost…

  • Your Castle May Not Be Protected From Collateral Police Damage

    Your home is your castle, right? If there is anything true in America, it's that a person is safe from government intrusion in their homes. Accused of a crime? The government cannot search your house without a warrant. Your house in the middle of…

  • Biden Seeks Help From SCOTUS in Banning Guns for Felons

    Is there anything more controversial in the United States right now than guns? Some argue that citizens have an unconditional right to "bear arms" under the Second Amendment of the Constitution. Others argue that it's more complicated than that, especially when it comes to subjects related to …

  • Major Airlines Flying Blind With Fake Parts

    Think about the last time you had to take a flight somewhere. You got up early, sat in traffic (or sped because you got up late), and then stood in line for what felt like hours in security. Then, after finding your terminal and…

  • Appeals Court Trumps Trump's New York Business License Loss

    The life of a former president is usually quite dull. While some have gone on to become Nobel laureates, most retire back to their homes and take up hobbies like painting and podcasting. And then there is former President Donald Trump.

  • Chicken Companies Probed in Federal Investigation Over Child Labor Claims

    Think back to when you were a teenager. Between school, sports, and social expectations, you probably didn't have much free time. But you also needed money, so you did what teenagers always do: you begged your parents. And when that failed, you thought…

  • Female College Athletes Score in Title IX Suit

    Very few athletes get the chance to continue to play competitively after high school. In fact, according to a 2020 NCAA study, of the more than 8 million high school students playing sports, only about 480,000 of them will continue to play in college. That equates…

  • Hunter Files Suit Against Dad's IRS in Tax Lawsuit

    There are two certainties in life: death and taxes. This famous Benjamin Franklin quote is often repeated. What many people don't know is that the famous "death and taxes" line is only a small part of the quote. The whole quote is:"Our new Constitution…

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