Michael J. Haviland handles corporate, land use and real estate matters. He has assisted clients ranging from developers to international companies to small businesses.
Riding a motorcycle and writing haiku
J.D., Villanova University School of Law
B.A., cum laude, Connecticut College
Dorothy Day Service Award, Villanova University School of Law
Second Place, Pennsylvania Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section Writing Competition
Mr. Haviland is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Urban Land Institute
“Superman and Statutes: The Case for Restructuring the U.S. Legal System and Awarding Copyrights to Authors Behind Works for Hire” (LES, June 2014).
“Knowledge, Necessaries, and Bad Faith: What Department of Environmental Protection v. Danfelt Means for Spousal Liability and Attorney Fee-shifting” (24 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 395, 2013).
“Landlords and Cannabis Clients: How to Handle Commercial Leases with Green Tenants” (Primerus Paradigm, Fall 2016).