David Anziska has been a practicing attorney since 2003, and his varied experience includes working for the government, a large international law firm, a startup company, and one of the oldest and largest class action firms in the country. While working at the law firm, Berger & Montague P.C., Mr. Anziska worked on numerous litigations that resulted in eight- and nine-figure settlements, such as In re Carbon Black Antitrust Litig, State of Ohio v. Countrywide Financial Corp., In re Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., Securities, Derivative and ERISA Litigation and State of New Jersey, Department of Treasury v. Fuld, et al.
In 2011, he founded his own law firm where he concentrates primarily on prosecuting consumer-fraud lawsuits, including filing groundbreaking lawsuits against over a dozen law schools for inflating their post-graduate employment data, and representing plaintiffs in sophisticated commercial disputes. Mr. Anziska is eager to expand his practice representing plaintiff businesses and entrepreneurs in "high-stakes" litigation, charging them "blended" rates combining both modest hourly and contingent fee arrangements. Mr. Anziska prides himself in having the same "skin in the game" in lawsuits as his clients, and believes that traditional law-firm billing arrangements are both antiquated and encourage inefficiencies.
David obtained his JD from the University of Michigan Law School, graduating cum laude, and his undergraduate degree from Yeshiva University, graduating summa cum laude. He is licensed to practice in New York and Pennsylvania. Feel free to contact Mr. Anziska via email at email@example.com or phone at 914-216-3540.