Andrew D. Cassady joined Ween & Kozek as an Associate in 2018.  Mr. Cassady focuses his practice primarily in the areas of housing litigation and Loft Law.

Before joining Ween & Kozek, Mr. Cassady gained extensive landlord/tenant litigation experience at a boutique firm representing landlords.  In joining Ween & Kozek, Mr. Cassady is able to apply the skills and insight gained through landlord representation to achieve impactful results for our clients.  Beyond his experience in landlord/tenant litigation, Mr. Cassady previously worked as a law clerk for a practice concentrating in plaintiff-side civil rights and consumer protection class actions.

Mr. Cassady graduated Pace Law School in May 2013.  During law school, he was a Dean’s Scholar in Federal Civil Procedure and a member of the Moot Court Board.  Mr. Cassady twice travelled to Vienna, Austria as a team member representing Pace Law School at the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.  He received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.

Mr. Cassady handles all types of litigation and appellate matters from initiation to disposition and has appeared and argued before courts and administrative venues throughout New York City.


  • Genuine Realty Corp. v. Mitchell, 2018 WL 5046890, 2018 NY Slip Op. (U) (App. Term, 1st Dep’t, 2018) (reversing lower court decision refusing to vacate long-term rent stabilized tenant’s default where the tenant was caring for her ill mother and was unaware of the case, and had a meritorious defense that she did not unlawfully sublet the unit while away)


  • Location:New York, New York