David litigates civil and criminal matters in state and federal court. He has experience briefing motions, managing discovery, and responding to investigations by regulators across the country. David regularly participates in presentations to prosecutors, preparing clients for interviews and testimony, drafting written submissions, and making applications to the court.
Prior to joining LSW, David clerked at the federal trial level for the Honorable Carol Bagley Amon in Brooklyn. He also spent two years at a large law firm in New York, where he represented Fortune 500 corporations in government investigations and related private actions.
David graduated from New York University School of Law, magna cum laude, in 2015. There, he was Executive Editor of the NYU Law Review and a Student Fellow at the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law. David was also a Pomeroy Scholar, a Butler Scholar, and a member of the Order of the Coif.
David is bilingual in English and French.
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- Representation of an international bank in connection with a money laundering investigation by federal prosecutors.
- Representation of a real estate developer in a multi-million-dollar contract dispute with a large technology firm.
- Representation of an individual in connection with a government investigation and prosecution related to violations of the U.S. sanctions against Iran.
“New Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 16.1 Will Initiate Sea Change in Pretrial Disclosures — If Judges, Prosecutors and Defense Bar Take It Seriously,” The Champion (NACDL) (November 1, 2019)Show More +
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