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Anthony M. Fischetti
afischetti@fandplaw.net

After graduating from Regis High School in 1974, Mr. Fischetti went on to earn his Bachelor's degree (summa cum laude) in Political Science at Iona College in 1978.  He then graduated from St. John's University Law School in 1982 (cum laude) after having earned membership to the St. John's Law Review.

Mr. Fischetti went on to be appointed an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of New York where he represented the City's interest in the general liability, medical malpractice and special trial unit from September 1982 through April 1986.  Thereafter, he concentrated on general liability, medical malpractice and insurance coverage at the law firm of Garbarini & Scher, P.C., first as an Associate (from 1986 to 1991) and then as a Partner (from 1992 to 1999).  In September 2000, he became affiliated with the law firm of Angiuli, Poznansky, Katkin & Gentile, LLP.  In the fall of 2000, he founded the law firm of Fischetti & Pesce, LLP with his high school classmate, Frank Pesce.

Mr. Fischetti has been admitted to practice law before the Bar of the State of New York (1983) and the Bar of the State of New Jersey (1990).  He has also been admitted to various federal courts, namely, the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York (1983) and the District of New Jersey (1990).

Mr. Fischetti has authored several articles and legal works, including "Longarm Statute Unavailable in Action Seeking Determination of Paternity and Payment of Child Support Against Non-resident," 56 St. John's Law Review 4, 1982;  New York Practice Guide - Negligence, Chapter 35, "Medical Malpractice,"  Matthew Bender, 1989;  New York Civil Practice, Vol 2A, Chapter 21, Matthew Bender, 1989.

Mr. Fischetti is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the New Jersey Bar Association, the Richmond County Bar Association and the Regis Bar
Associaton.  He is fluent in Italian and conversant in Spanish.