Andrew Cabasso


Andrew Cabasso is a New York City based lawyer dedicated to providing personal service to each client. Coming from a background in Internet technology and entrepreneurship, Andrew’s firm prides itself on its unique ability to quickly respond to client concerns. The Law Firm 2.0 environment he’s created ensures all clients receive the attention they need without delay.

Andrew is an experienced internet lawyer with a rapidly expanding practice. Andrew represents companies involved in internet disputes ranging from cybersquatting and typosquatting with domain name disputes to copyright infringement, DMCA takedown, as well as internet defamation cases.

Andrew is also an experienced corporate transactional and commercial litigation attorney. Previously, Andrew was in-house at Aventura Technologies, a New York technology company, where his work focused on corporate and internet law, intellectual property (including copyright, trademark, and trade secret), commercial litigation, employment law, and immigration.

Andrew prides himself on being able to serve his clients effectively with constant feedback and communication.

Andrew is an advocate for the increasing role of technology in law firms. He released the book, Search Engine Optimization for Lawyers to help attorneys better understand how to use the Internet to market their law firms online. He is a member of the Information Technology Law Committee at the New York City Bar and the Section on Science and Technology at the American Bar Association. He also co-founded JurisPage, a company dedicated to improving the Internet presence of law firms via website design, Internet marketing, and search engine optimization.

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • District Court of New Jersey

Awards and Memberships

  • Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award, 2012
  • New York City Bar Association Information Technology Law Committee
  • American Bar Association Section on Science and Technology
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Phi Alpha Delta