David Green represents all types of businesses and individuals in various areas of litigation. He achieves results for his clients by understanding that every situation is unique, and utilizing all available legal strategies to help them through a complicated legal system.
Whether fighting for clients involved in business disputes, personal injury matters, landlord/tenant matters, or any other litigation, David knows that each client is a real person coming to him with a real problem that needs to be efficiently solved or prevented. His main focus is on results. David has spent many years in courthouses fighting for his clients and developing a reputation as an attorney with knowledge, skill, talent, and who works incredibly hard. His experience counseling clients includes complex discovery, trials, appeals, securing settlements, and alternative dispute resolution.
David is part of CMM’s leadership team and plays a critical role in mentoring and training new attorneys and staff.
Prior to joining the firm, David worked for some of New York City’s largest and most reputable injury litigation firms, helping individual victims of negligence litigate against large and powerful defendants. He successfully managed hundreds of cases from intake through inception, securing tens of millions of dollars for clients. At CMM, David puts this hands-on experience to work representing all types of litigants in complex negligence cases, having gained critical perspective into how such cases can be effectively resolved. He is also experienced in representing and negotiating with corporate litigants, using the skills and methods for success that he has developed inside and outside of the courtroom.
David has also been recognized as a Super Lawyers “Rising Star.”
University of Delaware, B.A.
University of Miami School of Law, J.D.
United States District Court, Southern District of New York
United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
United States District Court, District of New Jersey
Super Lawyers Rising Star (2018, 2019, 2020)