David has tried a variety of complex matters in federal and state courts around the country. The types of matters he handles include patent, copyright, trade secret and trademark cases, as well as other kinds of business litigation involving antitrust, environmental, contract, fraud, and other business torts. He has significant experience in a variety of industries including: life sciences; media, entertainment and information; consumer electronics; and the retail sector. His work also involves monetization of IP portfolios.
David also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts, Inc., on the IPO Committee on Copyright Practice, and on the NYIPLA Committees on Patent Litigation and Inventor of the Year.
Columbia University Law School, J.D. (1996)
Hunter College, M.A. (1993)
University of Michigan, B.A. (1990)
Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts, Chairman, Board of Directors
Intellectual Property Owners Association, Copyright Law and Practice Committee
New York Intellectual Property Law Association
Federal Circuit Bar Association