|Municipal Prosecutor||Franklin Township (Somerset County)||2013 - 2013|
|Associate||Katzenbach, Gildea & Rudner||1990 - 1993|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Somerset County Bar Association||Board of Trustees||2010 - Present|
|Glen v. June, 344 N.J.Super. 371 (App. Div. 2001)||trial court reversed on appeal|
|See all legal cases|
|Community Trends||New Case Law Provides Collection Muscle to Boards||2002|
|Vermont Law Review||A Proposal for Improving Vermont's Statutory Requirements for Planned Unit Development||1988|
|Vermont Law School||Law||J.D., with honors||1990|
|St Bonaventure University||Philosophy||B.A.||1980|
Posted by anonymous
Recently Michael handled a complex and difficult real estate transction for me. His advise was thorough and effective in the positive conclusion of this transaction. He has proven to be extremely knowledgeable in handling the day to day issues that arose in this transaction. He has given both me and my partner acceptional advise as to our wills, power of attorneys, advanced directives.
When dealing with Mike I have found him to be both caring and compassionate. I highly recommend Mike.
Posted by anonymous
I have known Michael for nearly ten years. He recently defended a difficult DUI case for my husband. Michael is a top-notch attorney who I would recommend without hesitation.
Posted by ernest
I am delighted to provide this review for Mr. Fedun and his legal services: for my business, our local condominium home owners association, and personally to my family.
Mr. Fedun has the highest personal and moral integrity of any legal professional that I have engaged during my 45 years as a businessman. He is discreet, seasoned and well reasoned prior to proposing a course of action. It is his thoroughness that has gained my respect for my business and condominium association. It is Mr. Fedun’s trust that has endeared him to my family for our personal legal needs.
Further, Mr. Fedun has provided professional legal services to our condominium association during financial difficulties. Additionally, when the COA board of directors was challenged with fiscal and by- law management, it was his comprehensive understanding of the New Jersey Condominium Law and its fair and equitable application that restored sound management principles and guided homeowner’s participation. During legal challenges, Mr. Fedun is a significant asset in the courtroom.