Michael T. Berger is an Associate with extensive litigation and appellate experience and is well versed in the challenges that municipalities and their employees face in civil litigation. He began practicing law in 2013 and tried several cases within his first year of practice. He began representing municipal entities and their employees in 2015. Since then, Michael has successfully obtain a no-cause verdict in his clients’ favor at trial, has obtain summary judgment or disposition in his clients’ favor on many occasions, and has successfully advocated on behalf of his clients in the appellate courts. He has defended his municipal clients in civil rights matters, such as claims of excessive force, malicious prosecution, false arrest, denial of access to the courts, violations of the Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause, violations of the Equal Protections Clause, violations of Procedural Due Process, and violations of Substantive Due Process, as well as defended his clients in general tort matters such as motor vehicle negligence, gross negligence, trip and falls, assault and battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.