Since joining the firm in 2002, David Case has focused his practice on matters related to real estate litigation: New York Mortgage Foreclosure, Contested Litigation, Evictions, and Creditors’ Rights Bankruptcy.
David is a recurring lecturer in Continuing Legal Education courses for lawyers, at industry conferences and individual client trainings. He is a published author in trade publications on mortgage and mortgage default servicing.
David earned his B.A. (Political Science) from SUNY Geneseo; he is a member of the SUNY Geneseo Political Science Advisory Cabinet and the 1871 Leadership Society. He earned his J.D., cum laude, from SUNY Buffalo School of Law. While in law school, David served on the Executive Committee of the Buffalo Moot Court Board. He also received the Robert J. Connelly Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy and the Laidlaw Law Alumni Association Award for Excellence in the area of Commercial Law.
David is admitted in the Courts of the States of New York and Vermont, all four Federal District Courts in the State of New York, and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Outside of his professional life, Dave is a devoted husband, father, and active member of the church where his family are parishioners.
New York, 2003
Western District of New York, 2006
Northern District of New York, 2006
Eastern District of New York, 2010
Southern District of New York, 2010
Second Circuit Court of Appeals, 2009
J.D., cum laude, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2002
- Treasurer, Buffalo Moot Court Board, 2001-2002
- Semi Finalist, National Trial Teams Competition, 2001
B.A., State University of New York at Geneseo, 1999
New York State Bar Association
Monroe County Bar Association
- Monroe County Bar Association Real Estate Council, Voting Member at Large