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Anthony C. Famiglietti joins Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C. as an associate, practicing primarily in litigation. He brings his experience as a law clerk, intern and fellow to the firm’s Bankruptcy & Creditor Rights, Commercial Litigation and Employment & Labor Law practice groups.
Attorney Famiglietti's work in litigation covers researching at the start of a case through to trial. He is also involved in commercial litigation and creditors rights, and employment law cases with discovery, witness examination and arguing motions. In a recent medical malpractice case, he drafted a summary judgement on behalf of a client to limit their liability for their particular matter. Attorney Famiglietti is currently engaged in pro bono representation of an immigrant minor to obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status from USCIS.
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, Office of the Chief State’s Attorney and the Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Services. In addition, he was the American Bar Association Janet D. Steiger Fellow at the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection.
Attorney Famiglietti graduated magna cum laude from Brandeis University with a B.A. He received his J.D. cum laude from the University of Connecticut School of Law. In law school, Attorney Famiglietti was an articles editor of the Connecticut Law Review. He was a 2015 American Bankruptcy Institute Medal recipient. Attorney Famiglietti received the CALI Excellence Award for Class Performance in Moot Court, Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy, Spanish for Lawyers II, and Wrongful Convictions.
- Connecticut Bar Association, Member
- New Haven County Bar Association, Member
- 2015 American Bankruptcy Institute Medal
- CALI Excellence Award for Class Performance in Moot Court, Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy, Spanish for Lawyers II, and Wrongful Convictions, University of Connecticut School of Law