David Feuerstein is a seasoned litigator that leverages strategic planning and his significant courtroom experience to protect clients’ interests in complex commercial litigation, real estate litigation and government investigations.
David’s clients include prominent real estate developers, members of REITs, hedge funds, Fortune 500 companies and individuals. His practice focuses on helping clients resolve complex commercial disputes, ranging from contract breaches and matters involving fraud and conspiracy, to litigation arising from operating, partnership and joint venture disputes.
In 2013, David was named one of the New York Law Journal’s Rising Stars – a group of 50 lawyers in New York City whose hard work has significantly contributed to the law and their communities. He has also been named one of Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers (2013-15), and one of that publication’s Rising Stars in 2011 and 2012.
For the past eleven years, David has served as an adjunct professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he teaches legal writing and research. He is also a member of the Advisory Committee for the Heyman Center on Corporate Governance, which strives to raise public and academic awareness of pressing issues in corporate and securities law.
Early in his career, David honed his litigation skills as an associate at Boies, Schiller & Flexner, where he represented clients in contract, anti-trust, accountant liability and patent liability litigation.
Prior to attending law school, David was drafted by Major League Baseball’s Colorado Rockies. He played several seasons in the outfield for the Rockies’ A and AA affiliates, compiling more than 500 hits and nearly 100 stolen bases before leaving to pursue his law degree.