Michael Gottlieb, a 1979 graduate of East Stroudsburg State College and a member of the Villanova University School of Law graduating class of 1982, has been practicing law for over 25 years. He has been a member of the Montgomery County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations since 1982 and is licensed to practice law in courts across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the Federal Court system, and before the United States Supreme Court.

Mr. Gottlieb began his career as a law clerk for the Honorable Samuel W. Salus, II immediately following graduation from law school in 1982 and subsequently joined the Montgomery County Public Defender's Office in 1983. He joined the Law Offices of Vangrossi & Recchuiti in 1984, where he practices both criminal and civil law. Specifically, his areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, divorce and child custody cases; wills and trusts; personal injury and accident litigation; municipal representation; murder and felony trials; and firearms rights.

Michael's accomplishments while practicing law at the Law Offices of Vangrossi & Recchuiti include obtaining a verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity at the conclusion of a double murder trial in Montgomery County in 1995 (Commonwealth vs. Christopher Ford). He also has earned a four million dollar verdict for a client in a civil trial (Jones vs. Dodson) as well as obtained several civil awards for clients in excess of one hundred thousand dollars.

Employing years of experience, Michael Gottlieb works diligently to represent each client, regardless of the complexity or duration of the matter brought to his attention.