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About Us

A Focus on Results


Kasell Law Firm is a solutions focused legal services firm that emphasizes 

securities arbitration, consumer protection litigation, and general commercial litigation. 

The firm prides itself on working with clients to understand their objectives and concerns. 

We then develop and implement an agreed upon plan efficiently and effectively.


Experience and Qualifications

David Kasell, Esq.

David Kasell, Esq., founder of the Kasell Law Firm, was admitted to the bar in 1996 and has successfully litigated or resolved hundreds of cases. David has represented hundreds of consumers in cases involving financing fraud, yo-yo sales, odometer fraud, auto fraud, lemon law violations, automobile manufacturers, auto dealerships, and auto finance companies. Additionally, David has experience in both prosecuting and defending matters concerning broker-dealers, their employees, and customer accounts.

Prior to founding the Kasell Law Firm, David was in the litigation department of a prestigious mid-town law firm, recognized for its service to consumers as well as to financial firms. Previously, David was a litigator with a highly regarded boutique law firm specializing in securities litigation and other commercial actions.



Hofstra University School of Law (J.D. 1995)

University of Vermont (B.A. 1990)


New York

United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern District


About the Founder


After being admitted to the bar in 1996, David spent a year working for a small general litigation practice in lower Manhattan. He then obtained his Series 7, 63, 65 and New York life and health licenses in the retail brokerage industry where he was a financial consultant with Merrill Lynch and Dreyfus. His experience as a financial professional provides him with extensive insight into the securities industry, making him well versed in all aspects of retail account management and an array of financial tools and their proper deployment by investment professionals.

David has defended and prosecuted cases in court, and in arbitration. He has experience handling matters on behalf of consumers as well as for broker-dealers and their employees in state and federal courts in New York, as well as FINRA, AAA, JAMS, and NAF. 

David has represented broker-dealers, registered representatives, and individual investors.

David is well versed in New York State’s Lemon Law, and federal statutes like the TILA, FCRA, FDCPA, RESPA, and other consumer protection statutes that shift fees from consumers back to sellers and/or manufacturers.


Practice Areas


Consumer Protection

  • Lemon Law
  • Undisclosed Accident Histories
  • Deceptive Loans and Lending Practices
  • Financing and Auto Fraud
  • Illegal Debt Collection Practices
  • False and Improper Reporting of Credit Issues and Histories

Customer cases

David has successfully recovered for individual investors who were victims of:

  • Unsuitable investments
  • Churning
  • Fraudulent investment schemes
  • Overconcentration
  • Account Mismanagement
  • Hedge fund losses

Broker-Dealer Defense

David has successfully defended small and medium sized broker-dealers from investors who were trying to use arbitration as an insurance program for losses

Promissory Notes

David has successfully helped brokers defend themselves where their employers improperly seek to recover money on Promissory Notes 

Securities Arbitration

Other Services

David has extensive experience in handling a wide variety of commercial litigation and provides a full range legal services concerning auto fraud, contracts, and wills.

Reported Decisions


Harmon v. Major Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Inc., ___ AD 3d ___ (2nd Dept. Dec. 5, 2012)

Granting judgment in the consumer’s favor where the dealer failed to disclose the vehicle’s lemon-law history prior to purchase. 

Francis v. Atlantic Infinity, Ltd., 64 AD 3d 747 (2ndDept. 2009)

Granting judgment in the consumer’s favor when the dealer failed to repair the vehicle within the time frame allowed by law.

Kucher v. Daimler Chrysler Corp. 20 Misc 3d 64 (2nd Dept. 2008)

Ruling that where the consumer’s lease requires return of his vehicle, the consumer is still entitled to an award of his attorneys’ fees. 

Thomason v. Northport Ford, 43 AD 3d 817 (2ndDept. 2007)

Restoring the customer’s case to the trial calendar after the trial court improperly decided issues of fact.

Matter of Daimler Chrysler v. Spitzer, 7 NY3d 653 (2006)

Decision from the highest court in New York State, ruling that a consumer does not need to demonstrate a defect at the time of trial, instead, it is enough that the defect occurred during the Lemon Law period. 


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The Kasell Law Firm is conveniently located just one subway stop away from Grand Central Station at:

1038 Jackson Avenue, Suite #4 

Long Island City, New York 11101 

Phone: 718.404.6668



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