David Lubin

David Lubin


Phone: 732.708.3614

Fax: 844.557.4329

Email: dlubin@kcalegal.com

Home Office: Jersey City, New Jersey

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David Lubin is an expert complex litigation attorney. From his father and uncle, both of whom devoted themselves to serving under-represented groups, Dave absorbed the importance of public service to all citizens. He never ducks from pro bono and court appointment responsibilities. He often undertakes cases in support of citizen rights issues. “I recognize the importance of my clients’ expertise, experience, and common sense values.”

Dave’s areas of practice

At KCA, Dave handles subrogation cases in the areas of healthcare and workers' compensation. Dave has prepared significant cases for trial and appellate argument and has amicably resolved complex claims including dispositions of significant subrogable liens. Working on a case, Dave sees himself “as the producer, director, and choreographer of complex litigation matters.”

A Supervising Judge of Compensation at the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development observed of David, “It’s like that proverbial breath of fresh air to encounter a professional colleague with the combination of skills that encompass intellect, honesty, integrity, negotiating skill [and] a sense of humor. During negotiations he can simultaneously be personable but effective.”

Published cases

Capoferri v. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 893 A.2d 133 (Pa. Super.) (en banc), allocator denied, 916 A.2d 630 (Pa. 2006) (effectuated new procedures about pre-trial publicity, implicated during voir dire, resulting in reversal of adverse verdict)

Council of the City of Philadelphia v. Honorable John F. Street, 856 A.2d 893 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2004) (organized legislative technical support team and community leaders to create consensus)

Schrock v. Albert Einstein Medical Center, 589 A.2d 1103 (Pa. 1991) (authored an amicus curiae brief supporting more expansive application of a procedural rule allowing for damages for delay in certain civil actions)

Patitucci et ux. v. Laverty et al, 15 Philadelphia County Reporter 288, 290 (1987) (acknowledged by the court as the chief contributor to an analysis, with benefit to the public at large, of the validity of levying costs when a litigant unreasonably refuses to settle)