For more than 30 years, David has represented commercial clients with respect to transportation, supply chain management, and warehousing. He represents manufacturers, warehouse operators, carriers, third-party logistics providers, and trade organizations in various matters including supply chain management and fulfillment services, edge solutions and licensing, cargo claims (Carmack, Hague Rules, and COGSA), independent contractor classification and litigation, and regulatory matters of all types at all levels, including before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
David’s experience before PUCO involves various utility and information technology (IT) providers, including data centers and ISPs, telephone companies (both TDM and VoIP), and private water and sewer companies (manufactured housing developments and planned communities). From a regulatory standpoint, experience includes formation and corporate organization, supplier contracts and licenses, and both wholesale and end user agreements.
In addition, David is engaged in the construction industry, including projects, transactions and litigation involving land development, zoning, codes and ordinances, build-to-suit contracts, indefeasible rights of use (IRUs), utility and infrastructure installation, and the purchase, transportation, delivery, and rigging of heavy equipment and machinery.