Very grateful for all the hard work!
Mr. Famighetti did an amazing job. He was very knowledgeable and I was always kept up to date on the details of our matter. I appreciate the attentiveness and the time taken to explain each step and answer any questions I had during the process. I would absolutely recommend Mr. Famighetti and his firm Famighetti & Weinick to anyone.
Matt Weinick is an excellent attorney. With his assistance I was able to get exonerated from false allegations against me.
Professional, helped me thru a difficult phase of our family. Would recommend Weinick to anyone. Never once I felt the financial pressure that is normally associated with attorneys.
- Hongge Wei
If A is for Awesome, Pete and his firm are an A+++
Having worked for many years at this company, we were suddenly confronted with a major re-organization/re-structure several months ago. Entire divisions were eliminated. Our division was put on notice for potential reduction/elimination. Some of us were targeted in ways which could compromise our ability to find new careers/positions elsewhere.
I consulted with Pete, and he was instrumental in guiding me towards the proper steps to address the entire process. He is thorough and personable. Embedding himself within the details to ensure the best of outcomes. I was coached and guided each step of the way. Pete treats every case as if it is the only one he manages. With a multifaceted approach, Pete ensures that he has plans and back-up plans to address changing dynamics and outcomes every step of the way. There is no one who will represent you in a more professional and personable manner than this man. I strongly recommend Pete and his firm and thank him for all his care, concern and hard work.
United States Magistrate Judge Arlene R. Lindsay has described Matt as an "experienced attorney . . . primarily in employment litigation." The Judge further commented that Matt's court submissions were "detailed, thorough, and accurate."
United States District Judge Brian M. Cogan has described Peter as an "excellent attorney" whose court submissions were "first rate and indicative of an attorney with a thorough understanding of how to draft papers and present arguments in an employment case."
"Knowledgeable," "experienced," an attorney who represented his client "zealously"
- United States Magistrate Judge Henry Pitman