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Meet the Team

David Goldsmith
We have over a decade of experience working as defense counsel and managing consumer affairs in-house for automobile manufacturers. We know what causes lemon law cases, how they are resolved, and what motivates automakers. Our firm uses this inside experience and knowledge — and a network of personal relationships inside and outside the industry — to your advantage.
Kaitlyn Horesh
Kaitlyn Horesh is the Executive Assistant and Paralegal of Goldsmith West, having joined the firm in August 2018. Kaitlyn currently supports Founder David Goldsmith in his lemon law practice and assists litigation attorneys in all phases of lawsuits including settlement. She provides direct support including, but not limited to, interacting with current and potential clients, drafting and responding to discovery, deposition notices, motions, and filing in both state and federal courts.
After graduating from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL with a Bachelor of Arts in International Business in 2016, Kaitlyn went on to obtain a Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Law from the American University of Paris. While living in Paris, she received a Certificate from The University of Oxford in International Human Rights Law in 2017. Kaitlyn will be furthering her education and gaining a Paralegal Certificate from UCLA beginning in March 2020.
Suhail Rajakumar
Suhail Rajakumar is an associate attorney at Goldsmith West. He joined the firm in May of 2018 as a law clerk. Suhail focuses his practice on all aspects of lemon law litigation.
Suhail grew up in San Diego, California. He is an avid Formula 1 fan and, he enjoys running obstacle course races. In law school, Suhail was a part of the International Human Rights Clinic, where he researched and wrote several projects that were submitted to United Nations committees.
For his undergraduate studies Suhail attended the University of California, Los Angeles where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He later attended Loyola Law School, Los Angeles where he received his law degree.