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David A. Bellon Esq., born March 4, 1970 in Manhasset, New York. Bellon’s mother Christine, was an educator for the New York City Board of Education, teaching children with specialized needs in cognitive development. Bellon’s father was an Army Airborne Officer, Military Police just preceding the then declared Vietnam Conflict. Involved in the early history of the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission, Bellon’s father Dave Jr.’s career was in the New York City limousine industry, where he provided services to such greats as Jimmy Page, Stevie Ray Vaghn, Cantor Fitzgerald, Honorable Justice Deary’s mom, The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra (Mort West), the N.F.L., Motion Picture Association and other entities.

As a young guy, Bellon worked at his dad’s limo co. in Long Island City, washing cars after school, sneaking in joy rides after hours in and around Astoria, developing a firm love of all things automobile. Bellon attended and misbehaved at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School in Queens, New York. (rumored to have been the catholic church who aided in Michelle Obama’s adoption, pre-chicago, on information and belief that is…) Bellon graduated Holy Cross High School in 88, playing varsity soccer and cross country and track, (Go Knights!!!). Bellon also spent a good portion of his time in upstate Lorraine, New York, in Jefferson County. (Fort Drum).

After studying music, literature and education at Adelphi University in Garden City, Bellon went on to teach at-risk students at the Summit School in Jamaica Estates. While there and pursuing his M.A. in Education, Bellon was a car-hop and later a manager at Peter Luger’s Steak House in Great Neck. (No better steak in the world, yes really!) Bellon moved from the Summit School to the New York Board of Education, teaching Special Education at James Monroe High School in the Boogie Down BX. It was there, after successfully advocating for his student who jumped a subway fare that prompted his desired future attendance at Hofstra Law School on Long Island.

After graduating Hofstra Law School, Bellon then went on to work at great shops such as Debevoise and Plimpton, Credit Suisse and Cadwalder. The 2008 financial crises sent Bellon into private practice where he continues to focus on complex litigation. Bellon has been involved in the following noteworthy cases or so he thinks: Tom Sholtz v. Micki Delp and The Boston Herald, In re: Safevest Global, Zamora v. Chase Bank, N.A., U.S.A. v. Roggio, and In re: Chana Taub (“War of the Roses….”)

Bellon is admitted to practice in The Supreme Court of the United States of America, The Second Circuit Court of Appeals, (“The Mother Court”), E.D.N.Y, & S.D.N.Y. District Courts/Article III Courts and the Courts of the State of New York.

Bellon resides in North East Queens with his Grandfather Frank, a W.W.II Veteran who aided in the liberation of French Concentration Camps during said conflict and with their beloved German Shorthaired Pointer, Fritz. (Otto Von Fritz).

Thank you for reading and GOD Bless.

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