Experience:Michael has a general practice of law with an emphasis on land management, landlord/tenant relations, condominium law, civil litigation, estate planning, including wills and trusts, and general counseling of large and small companies regarding the impact, both legally and financially, of important business decisions. He is an active member in the American Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, and Columbus Italian Club.
Michael is also an adjunct professor at CapitalUniversityLawSchool, where he teaches RealProperty Law in the CULS-Paralegal Program.
Education:Michael graduated from OhioWesleyanUniversity in 2000 with a B.A., cum laude, and from CapitalUniversity with a Juris Doctorate in 2004. He actively participated on the Moot Court Team and upon graduation from CapitalUniversityLawSchool he received the Order of the Barristers award for outstanding oral advocacy.
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