David Sirotkin plays an integral role in Morelli Law Firm’s most
complex and high-profile cases, working closely with Mr. Morelli to achieve
impressive results for their clients. Since joining the firm, David has
been an integral member of trial teams that have secured over $175 million
in jury verdicts for clients, and he has helped resolve many of the firm’s
other large cases.
David served as lead associate on the firm’s representation of actor/comedian
Tracy Morgan against Wal-Mart. He also served as the lead associate in
the firm’s representation of numerous victims injured in the May
12, 2015 Amtrak train derailment, which was the largest train accident
and settlement for a train accident in U.S. history. David also worked
on the firm’s representation of professional tennis player Eugenie
Bouchard in her case against the United States Tennis Association. In
addition, David is intricately involved in many of the firm’s mass
tort litigations including matters regarding talcum powder, IVC filters,
Testosterone Replacement Therapy products and Propecia.
David’s legal prowess is recognized throughout the industry. He has
been selected to the New York Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list from
2016-2018. He was also named as a Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial
Lawyer by The National Trial Lawyers, and is a member of the 40 Under
40 Executive Committee. His victories and casework have been cited in
numerous outlets, such as the
New York Law Journal,
David is admitted to practice law in the courts of the states of New York,
New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and federal courts in the Eastern, Southern,
and Northern districts of New York, and the District of New Jersey. He
summa cum laude from Syracuse University in 2007 and from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School
of Law in 2010. David has authored published articles both during law
school and during his professional career, and one of his articles has
been taught as part of a law school curriculum.
He lives in New York City with his wife, Jordana, who is also an attorney,
and their son, Dylan.