In the News
The Nassau Lawyer published Matt Weinick’s article about settling class action lawsuits in New York.
Peter J. Famighetti answered some popular employment law questions about vacation pay in an article in Suffolk Lawyer.
The Suffolk County Bar Association’s newspaper Suffolk Lawyer published Peter Famighetti’s article about how social media can affect the hiring process.
Long Island employment lawyer Matthew Weinick was interviewed about the firm’s employment discrimination and retaliation case filed in the Southern District of New York.
Long Island civil rights lawyer Matthew Weinick was quoted in Newsday about an abuse of process claim against the Town of Smithtown, Long Island.
The New York Post ran a story about a sexual harassment case filed in federal court by Long Island employment lawyer Peter Famighetti.
The Nassau Lawyer published Weinick’s article about employment litigation reforms in federal courts.
The Nassau Lawyer published Weinick’s article about cat’s paw liability in its January 2017 edition.
Peter J. Famighetti and Matthew Weinick were listed in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers New York Metro Magazine.
The Nassau Lawyer publishes Weinick’s article about pleading standards for employment discrimination cases (page 7 in link).
Settlement obtained by Famighetti & Weinick reported by the Daily News.
Famighetti & Weinick partners announced to 2015 Super Lawyers list.
Matt Weinick’s article about unpaid interns and sexual harassment, published by the Nassau County Bar Association
Famighetti and Weinick announced to 2014 Super Lawyers List
Suffolk Times reports on Matt Weinick’s fight against the Fishers Island Ferry District and Town of Southold
Nassau County Bar Association publishes Matt Weinick’s article about important Supreme Court retaliation case
Daily News reports about Matt Weinick’s representation of daughter of famous poet and musician in estate dispute
New York Post reports on Peter Famighetti’s case alleging plaintiff was unlawfully removed from his union position because of his perceived affiliation with organized crime
Newsday quoted Matt Weinick about a case relating to the 2008 presidential debate at Hofstra University.
Matt Weinick’s article about employee rights is published in the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal