Lurie is a graduate from Fordham University School of Law, where he served as an Articles Editor of the Fordham Law Review.  

David Lurie has over sixteen years of experience in commercial, securities, corporate governance, and bankruptcy.  

He represents individuals and companies in class action lawsuits and other securities related litigation. 


  • Represented investment bank in securities fraud class action arising from firm’s service as financial advisor to municipality. Drafted successful motion to dismiss grounded on demonstration that firm made no actionable misstatements. 
  • Represented hedge fund in market manipulation action arising from acquisition of convertible debt securities from public company. Drafted successful motion to dismiss; court agreed that client had not engaged in actionable misconduct. 
  • Represented manufacturing concern in action alleging fraud in sale of company securities to employees. Drafted motion to dismiss demonstrating multiple fatal defects in plaintiffs’ claims, after which they voluntarily dismissed action. 
  • Represented public company in class action arising from admitted recordation of income from false sales; obtained ruling on motion to dismiss limiting class period — thereby decreasing the company’s damages exposure by millions of dollars. 


Mr. Lurie is a member of the bars of the State of New York, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern District of New York, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit