Michael Anthony Donadio is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP. He is a member of the firm’s Transactions Practice and Sports Industry Team.
Michael was a legal assistant for the St. Lawrence Public Defender’s Office in Canton, New York. In addition, he was a law clerk for a law firm in Schenectady, New York.
During law school, Michael worked as a judicial intern in the Rhode Island Supreme Court for The Honorable William P. Robinson III, where he assisted in researching and drafting legal decisions on a variety of topics including labor and employment law, corporate law, public zoning, and criminal law. He also performed First Amendment legal research for an article to be submitted for publication in a national law journal.
Michael also interned for an entire semester with the legal team at Akebia Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
While at Union College, Michael completed his senior thesis titled, “The Politicization of Sport: Encompassing the Ability of Sport to Unite and Divide Particular Populaces.” His final presentation culminated with a thesis defense, as well as a presentation at the Steinmetz Symposium showcasing his thesis project.
Michael is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association.
Michael is admitted to practice in Massachusetts.
Michael is proficient in Italian.