NEW HAVEN, Connecticut (September 20, 2016) The law firm of Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C. welcomes Anthony C. Famiglietti as an Associate with the firm. Attorney Famiglietti joins the firm’s Bankruptcy & Creditor Rights, Commercial Litigation, and Employment & Labor Law practice groups.
Attorney Simon Allentuch, a principal at Neubert, Pepe & Monteith states, “Tony brings a keen intellect and an incredible work ethic to the firm. We are excited that he chose to join Neubert, Pepe & Monteith.”
Prior to joining the firm, Attorney Famiglietti was a law clerk for the Honorable Douglas S. Lavine at the Connecticut Appellate Court. He held intern positions at the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, Finance Department, Office of the Governor, State of Connecticut, Office of General Counsel, Office of the Chief State’s Attorney, and the Committee for Public Counsel Services in Springfield, Massachusetts. In addition, he was the American Bar Association Janet D. Steiger Fellow at the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection.
Attorney Famiglietti earned his J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of law and his B.A. from Brandeis University. In law school, Attorney Famiglietti was an articles editor of the Connecticut Law Review and was a 2015 American Bankruptcy Institute Medal recipient. He received the CALI Excellence Award for Class Performance in Moot Court, Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy, Spanish for Lawyers II, and Wrongful Convictions.
Anthony Famiglietti is admitted to practice in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Join us for a free Webinar Thursday September 22, 2016
Time: 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern
Participants will have all the tools to dominate their chosen niche markets.
Your firm is known for expertise in a certain niche, along with several others. What does it take to be the clear leader? How do you set yourselves up to own the niche? Having worked both in creating niche leadership and in directing the trade associations where this often takes place, we will show you how to:
• Move ahead of the pack
• Define your competitive differences and shout them out
• Pick your sponsorships and advertising plan to spend wisely • Speaking, writing and being “the go-to”
• Create a niche-winning team