Attorney Michael C. Donio Joins Nehmad Davis & Goldstein
Nehmad Davis & Goldstein is pleased to announce that attorney Michael C. Donio has joined the firm, where he will continue to focus on commercial litigation, real estate litigation, land use and appellate litigation.
Before joining Nehmad Davis & Goldstein, Mike previously worked in the commercial litigation department of a regional South Jersey law firm, where he worked on general commercial disputes, oppressed shareholder disputes, and Estate disputes. In addition, Mike regularly appeared before the Gloucester County Superior Court and the Vicinage XV (Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem) Chancery Court.
"I know that I'm speaking for everybody here as I welcome Mike to the firm. We are very excited at the prospect of working alongside someone with Mike's skills and experience. I think it will be a rewarding adventure for us all, and I can't wait to see what we can achieve together" said Managing Partner, Eric Goldstein.
Mike comes from a family with strong ties to the Hammonton community. His father, Judge Michael A. Donio, served 20 years on the bench, where he was often assigned and presided over high-profile cases. His grandfather, Carmine "Knute" Donio, worked with his brother Frank Donio and his nephew Frank G. Donio and his niece Annabel Arena in the fruit and produce business for 42 years, and he was involved with numerous organizations promoting the produce industry in New Jersey including the United Fruit and Vegetable Association.
Mike brings this legacy of loyalty and integrity to his work in litigation. "I look forward to using my diverse set of skills to make an already incredible firm even better," said Mike.
About Mike Donio: Mike is a member of the Atlantic County Bar Association. He graduated cum laude from Villanova University with a degree in Philosophy and attended the Villanova University School of Law where he received the Dean's Merit Scholarship. While pursuing his law degree, Mike interned for the late Hon. Carol E. Higbee, J.A.D. and the Hon. Bernard DeLury, P.J.Cr. After law school, Mike served as a law clerk to the Honorable Julio Mendez, A.J.S.C. (retired) in the New Jersey Atlantic County Superior Court, where he primarily worked on prerogative writ matters.