8205 Main Street, Suite 6, Williamsville, NY 14221 • DKS@DavidSilverbergLaw.com
David K. Silverberg is a 1986 magna cum laude graduate of California Western School of Law and is admitted to practice law in New York. After working as an insurance defense attorney in San Diego, David returned to Buffalo in 1993 with his wife Cheryl and their two sons, Jacob and Zachary.
Since then, he has primarily focused his practice on civil litigation, criminal defense, matrimonial and family law, estate planning and probate and issues involved in the investment industry.
He is a member of the Erie County, and American Bar Associations, as well as the New York State Defenders Association. Due to his involvement with investment industry disputes he previously was an Arbitration Chairperson for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), formerly National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD). He is on the felony panel of the Erie County Bar Association’s Aid to Indigent Prisoners Society, Inc.
He was admitted to practice law in California in 1986 and in New York in 1988. He is authorized and admitted to practice before United States District Courts for the Southern District of California and the Western District of New York as well as the United States Bankruptcy Court.
Sanford M. Silverberg, or Sandy, was the son of founding partner Nathan S. Silverberg and David's father. He represented clients in real estate transactions, matrimonial & criminal law, collections, labor union negotiations, and dispute resolution. Sandy had been a member of the Erie County Bar Association for over fifty years and was honored for this achievement. Sandy was also very proud to represent the Amherst Police Club for over 40 years. He graduated from the University at Buffalo School of Law in 1957. He practiced with his father and later his son in the Brisbane Building until his health declined at 89 years of age.
Nathan S. Silverberg is the founding partner and father of Sanford M. Silverberg and grandfather of David K. Silverberg. He represented clients in real estate transactions, matrimonial & criminal law, collections, labor union negotiations, and dispute resolution. Nathan was a member of the Erie County Bar Association for over fifty years and was honored for this achievement. He graduated from the University at Buffalo School of Law in 1925 and practiced until his death in 1981.