Admitted in NY
David Paul Horowitz
David Paul Horowitz (Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 1988) has litigated in New York courts for over twenty-three years as a plaintiff's personal injury attorney, and may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is “of counsel” to Ressler & Ressler in New York City and specializes in complex tort claims, including products liability, legal and medical malpractice, and construction litigation, as well as general negligence cases. He is a member of the Office of Court Administration’s CPLR Advisory Committee, the New York State Bar Associations CPLR Committee, and the LexisNexis New York Practice Advisory Board. Selected annually since 2007 for inclusion in the New York Super Lawyers listing, effective May 1, 2010 he is the sole author of the nine-volume set Bender’s New York Evidence. He is also the author of the treatise New York Civil Disclosure, revised and reissued annually since 2004, together with the 2008 and forthcoming 2012 Supplement to Fisch on New York Evidence. Since 2007 he has written the annual Evidence Survey for the Syracuse Law Review. He pens the monthly column “Burden of Proof,” on disclosure and evidence, for the New York State Bar Journal. He teaches New York Practice, Professional Responsibility and Electronic Evidence & Disclosure at Brooklyn Law School. In addition to programs in civil practice, evidence, disclosure, and settlements at the New York State Judicial Institute, he lectures statewide on these and other topics on behalf of numerous bar associations, and at law firms and legal departments.