David is a trial and appellate lawyer whose practice focuses on class action and complex litigation. This involves consumer protection and deceptive practices litigation, warranty and false advertising litigation, TCPA class actions, real estate and construction litigation, director, officer and shareholder rights litigation including D&O and derivative claims, credit card litigation, food advertising and marketing litigation, automobile franchise litigation, investment fraud and securities litigation, business contracts litigation, defective products and Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act litigation, and environmental and toxic tort litigation. David is skilled in the development of comprehensive class action defense strategies, including jurisdictional issues and the use of early motion and implementation practice based on principles under Article III standing, Rule 12(b) and Rule 23. David also has extensive experience regarding arbitration proceedings and the enforcement of arbitration clauses in consumer and business contracts. He has achieved the highest rating, AV Preeminent®, from Martindale-Hubbell®.
(B.S., with distinction, 1986)
(J.D., with distinction, 1989)
Willis Academic Honorary Society; Executive Editor, Ohio Northern University Law Review
David and his wife Jeanne have four children.