Michael E. Truncellito
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Michael E. Truncellito focuses his practice on the representation of employers in all areas of employment law, with a particular focus on employment discrimination and retaliation. In addition to counseling clients on state and federal employment laws, he advises employers on employee relations matters, including reductions in force, hiring, discharge and disciplinary practices.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Mr. Truncellito spent several years at another Pennsylvania law firm handling employment and civil rights litigation.
Recognized by his peers for his work, Mr. Truncellito was named to the list of “Pennsylvania Rising Stars” in 2016 by Super Lawyers, a publication of Thomson Reuters which recognizes only 2.5% of attorneys.
While in law school, Mr. Truncellito was a member of the Villanova Law Review. He was also a law clerk in the Villanova Civil Justice Clinic, where he represented low-income clients in custody, support and Social Security matters.
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