For more than 24 years, federal employee attorney Eric Pines has been a trusted advocate and advisor to federal employees throughout the United States and Europe. He represents plaintiffs in accident, workers comp, disability, and discrimination matters, and has earned more than a million dollars in back pay for his clients.
Mr. Pines is presently in-house counsel for a number of federal labor unions, as well as a noted speaker in federal litigation. He provides training for federal agencies including the Army, FEMA, SSA, and CMS. Mr. Pines’ consistently positive customer reviews speak to his skills and dedication.
Mr. Pines is a current member of the State Bar of Texas and an inactive member of the State Bars of California and Maryland. He studied Talmudic Law in Jerusalem, and he is currently on the Board for four separate organizations.
Stephen Goldenzweig is an experienced personal injury litigator with a no-nonsense, aggressive, and calculating style that gets things done in and out of the courtroom. He is also fiercely loyal to his clients and will provide honest assessments and procedural guidance at each stage of litigation.
Prior to joining Pines & Goldenzweig, PLLC, Mr. Goldenzweig litigated cases in both state and federal court, including complex personal injury and insurance cases involving automobile accidents, general liability claims, construction negligence, labor law, property damage, and premises liability for prominent firms in New York City and fought for the rights of federal employees against the United States government.
Mr. Goldenzweig is admitted to the State Bars of New York and Texas. He earned two undergraduate degrees at Virginia Tech and his Juris Doctor degree at Hofstra University School of Law.