John Renzulli is the founding partner of Renzulli Law Firm. Mr. Renzulli has a wide range of experience in nationwide complex civil litigation for domestic and foreign clients with an emphasis on industry-wide liability, class actions, product liability, toxic torts, insurance coverage disputes, municipal liability, professional liability, construction/labor law, commercial disputes, employment law and intellectual property litigation. Mr. Renzulli frequently serves as lead trial counsel in the defense of major product liability cases and complex civil lawsuits nationwide.
Mr. Renzulli is national counsel to manufacturers, importers and retailers of firearms and ammunition. He also represents product manufacturers covering an array of industries including sports and recreational equipment, pools and spas, chemicals and pesticides, farming equipment, industrial machines and equipment, household products, food products, asbestos, lead paint, pharmaceuticals, compressed gas cylinders, trucking, tractors, and lawnmowers. He counsels clients concerning product upgrades, recalls, retrofits, and assists insurers in drafting policies and endorsements. He is also a frequent lecturer and author on product liability prevention for domestic and foreign product manufacturers and insurers.
Mr. Renzulli was one of the lead trial counsel in the nationally publicized trials of Hamilton v. Accu-tek (N.Y.) and NAACP v. A.A. Arms (N.Y.) and lead trial counsel in Grunow v. Valor (FL). Mr. Renzulli is licensed to practice in New York State and litigates in numerous state and federal courts throughout the nation. Mr. Renzulli is often quoted in the media for his views on cases.
Mr. Renzulli earned his B.A. from Bowdoin College and his J.D. from New York Law School, where he served on the Law Review. He is a member of the Defense Research Institute (DRI) and the Westchester County Bar Association.
Mr. Renzulli lives in Westchester County with his wife, Lisa, also an attorney, and their two children, Leigh Ann and Jonathan.