Mike is a shareholder in the Professional Liability Department and defends cases involving mass torts as well as general liability matters.
Mike began his law career in the Philadelphia District Attorney's office where he served as an assistant district attorney for five years. He then joined the civil litigation firm of Krusen, Evans and Byrne in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After trying numerous asbestos-related cases, he co-founded the firm of Kelley, Jasons, McGuire & Spinelli in Philadelphia where he focused on the preparation and trial of complex personal injury, products liability, and criminal cases.
•Panelist, Insights on Diversity in the Legal Community, Perrin Conference, November 2016
•Panelist, Legal Issues Arising in Trial Practice, Lawyers Club Philadelphia, May, 2016
•How to Retain and Prepare Expert Witnesses, Philadelaphia Bar Institute CLE, March 2015
•Moderator, Alternatives to Mock Trial: What You Can Learn With Less Cost, Breakout Session, DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar, November, 2013
•Panelist, Today's Jury Pool - The Impact of Generation Y and the Social Media Revolution, American Bar Association Litigation Section's Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar, February, 2013
•How To Conduct Effective Opening And Closing Statements, American Bar Association Section of Litigation, National Conference for the Minority Lawyer, 1999
•Seminar, Direct and Cross Examination, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 1989
Past Employment Positions
•Philadelphia District Attorney's Office, Assistant District Attorney, 1981 - 1986
Pro Bono Activities
•Director, Univest Bank
•Past President, Germantown Branch Board of Settlement Music School
•Past President, Center City Crime Victim Services Board
Honors & Awards
•AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell
Associations & Memberships
•American Bar Association
•National Bar Association
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Pennsylvania Defense Institute
•Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel
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