Michael L. Brungo is a Partner with Maiello Brungo & Maiello, LLP. The focus of Mr. Brungo’s practice is the representation of public entities such as school districts, municipalities, and municipal authorities on issues ranging from special education, student rights and constitutional and civil rights issues to teacher tenure and personnel actions. Mr. Brungo also represents public and private entities regarding employment matters such as hiring and discipline, defending claims of discrimination, and negotiating terms and conditions of employment.
Mr. Brungo’s work with public entities has extended to appearing before various public agencies and courts. Additionally, he has negotiated collective bargaining agreements and engaged in interest and grievance arbitration on behalf of his clients. Mr. Brungo has extensive experience in litigation of special education matters; labor and employment matters, including discrimination and personnel-related issues; and civil rights matters.
Mr. Brungo has been named a 2011 – 2014 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in the areas of Schools & Education and Labor & Employment. Only 5 percent of lawyers in the state receive this honor through peer recognition and professional achievement.
Mr. Brungo is a former adjunct professor in the St. Francis College Industrial Relations Graduate Program. He also conducts seminars on various education, labor and personnel issues, including discrimination, civil rights, special education, and public employee tenure.