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David is a partner in Herrick's Litigation Department, successfully representing real estate developers, hedge funds, Fortune 500 companies and individuals in matters ranging from contract disputes to government investigations. David is also an adjunct professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he teaches legal writing and research, and serves as a member of the Advisory Committee for the Heyman Center of Corporate Governance, the mission of which is to raise public and academic awareness of pressing corporate and securities law issues and to produce and disseminate research on a broad range of corporate and securities law topics.
In 2013, The New York Law Journal recognized David as a "Rising Star", highlighting his successes for clients and his impact on the legal community.  SuperLawyers Metro Edition also recognized David as a New York Super Lawyer in 2013 and as a “Rising Star” in 2011 and 2012.  In addition, David currently serves as the President of The Denis McInerney New York County Lawyers' Association American Inn of Court.
David received his B.A. from Yale College with distinction in his major and his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, magna cum laude (where he was also member of the Order of the Coif).
Prior to Herrick, David was an associate at Boies, Schiller & Flexner. Before attending law school, David played professional baseball for the minor-league affiliates of the Colorado Rockies.

Recent Matters of Note:
Telecommunications Company - Lanham Act Litigation and Government Investigations
Representation of a large prepaid calling card company in litigation brought by a competitor under the Lanham Act. We also counsel the company in investigations by various states' attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission.
Professional Sports League Team Owner - Dispute
Representation of the majority owner of a major professional sports league team in a dispute before the league's commissioner in which the club's minority owners were seeking to (i) remove our client as chairman of the club and (ii) punitively dilute him through a capital call that he could not satisfy because of liquidity problems. In multiple hearings before the commissioner, we prevailed in convincing the commissioner that the ownership group's operating agreement prohibited the minority owners from either removing the chairman or punitively diluting him.
Private Investor - Pump-and-Dump Conspiracy
Representation of a private investor in multiple litigations alleging an elaborate pump-and-dump conspiracy involving the stock of a thinly-traded German company.
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