Frank V. Pesce
Founding Partner of Fischetti & Pesce, LLP since 2000
Areas of Practice
Construction & Labor Law
New York State Bar Association
Nassau County Bar Association
Mr. Pesce was born in the Bronx, New York and lived there for 25 years until he relocated to Long Island, New York. He is married with three children.
After graduating from Regis High School in 1973, Mr. Pesce earned his Bachelor's degrees in History and Social Science at Fordham University, College at Lincoln Center (magna cum laude). He continued his studies at Fordham Law School, participating in the William Hughes Mulligan Moot Court Competition and coaching the undergraduate Gannon Debate Team, graduating with his J.D. in 1980.
I am admitted to the Bar of the State of New York (1981), the United States District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts (1983), and the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit (1983).
Upon graduation from Law School, Mr. Pesce was appointed an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County, New York, where he obtained immediate and valued trial experience. After nearly three years, he became associated with the Law Offices of Patrick F. Adams, P.C., in Bay Shore, New York, where the general practice of law included experience in defending carriers’ insureds and self-insureds in personal injury matters. Four years later, he became associated with Ayers & Thompson, P.C. where he began to specialize in Construction and Labor Law and Products Liability. He remained there for 11 years until the firm was dissolved. At that time, he became associated with McCabe, Collins, McGeough & Fowler, LLP in Mineola, New York, where he continued to represent various clients who he had the privilege of representing for the prior 11 years. He also concentrated in representing municipalities and school districts. Mr. Pesce has been a founding partner in the law firm of Fischetti & Pesce, LLP in Garden City since October 2000.