Michael M. Fufidio is an Associate in the Condemnation/Eminent Domain practice group.

Michael began his career at Berkman Henoch in 2013, working in the Foreclosure practice group. He transferred from Foreclosure to Condemnation/Eminent Domain while in his first year of law school, where he served as law clerk to Saul Fenchel. Under Mr. Fenchel’s mentorship, Michael gained a mastery of the Eminent Domain Procedure Law and the essential principles of property valuation, along with experience successfully representing both claimants and condemnors in litigation.
Michael received his B.A. in History from St. John’s University in Queens, and returned to St. John’s University, School of Law for his J.D. where he was elected Class President of the Student Bar Association and was appointed by the University President to the Strategic Priorities Review Team. Upon his graduation, he received the Daniel A. Furlong Award, which goes to the student who, in the opinion of the Dean, has provided outstanding leadership and service to the law school community.

Michael remains connected to the St. John’s community through the Alumni Association and in his native Suffolk County where he is actively involved in the Town of Huntington.