David Paul Horowitz

David Paul Horowitz has over 23 years of experience in complex tort litigation, and had represented injured people and the families of victims of wrongful death throughout New York State in all types of personal injury cases, including medical malpractice, product liability, construction, and mass torts. He received his law degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1988 and, since that time, has focused his practice on product liability, construction, and professional malpractice litigation. Mr. Horowitz is admitted to practice in the state courts of New York and Massachusetts, has been admitted pro hac vice numerous times in New Jersey, and was named to New York Super Lawyers in each of the last five years. He is also an Adjunct Professor of law and teaches New York Practice at Brooklyn Law School and Evidence at St. John's Law School.

He is the author of the LexisNexis Answerguide New York Civil Disclosure and the 2011 Supplement to Fisch On New York Evidence; he also pens the New York State Bar Journal's monthly column "Burden of Proof." A member of the OCA CPLR Advisory Committee and New York State Bar Association's CPLR Committee, he presents CLE throughout the State for the New York State Judicial Institute and numerous bar associations, and is a founding Dean of CLE at the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers.