David A. Antwork

Attorney at Law


1757 Merrick Avenue, Suite 207

Merrick, New York 11566

Email: dantwork@davidantworklaw.com

Phone: (516) 757-5634

Fax: (516) 746-2611

Welcome to The Law Offices of David A. Antwork, P.C.

Located in Long Island, New York and serving individuals and businesses throughout the entire New York Metropolitan area, the Law Offices of David A. Antwork, P.C. is a general practice specializing in civil, commercial and municipal litigation, business litigation & consulting, employment law, civil rights & constitutional law and real estate.

Choosing the right attorney is an important decision. At the Law Offices of David A. Antwork, P.C., you are a client, not a file number, who will receive zealous and diligent representation with personal care and counsel.

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Muslim Child Sues School District for $25 Million After Being Forced to Confess Allegience to ISIS

Mr. Antwork represents twelve-year-old Nashwan Uppal and his mother in a Federal Civil Rights action against the East Islip School District, the principal and assistant principal who forced and coerced Nashwan, a Pakistani child of Islamic faith with a known social, language and learning disability, to falsely confess, under extreme duress, to a terrorist act and crimes which he did not commit, and that he was a member of ISIS, a vile, abhorrent and infamous terrorist organization.

Property Owners' Association Sues Town of Riverhead for Equal Rights to Roadway Maintainence & Repairs Pursuant to NY State Law

Mr. Antwork represents the Oak Hills Association, a property owners' association in Baiting Hollow, NY.  Oak Hills has sued the Town of Riverhead and certain Town officials seeking a declaration of its rights to roadway maintenance and repairs pursuant to New York State Law. 

Former Landlords Sue Town of Oyster Bay for Unlawful Restaurant Closure

Mr. Antwork represents the Plaintiffs who have commenced an action against the Town of Oyster Bay and several Town officials in Federal Court for the unconstitutional deprivation of their property rights.