David focuses his practice on business litigation and bankruptcy. David has extensive general litigation experience in state and federal courts, representing businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals in contract disputes, trade secret litigation, employment issues, real estate matters and other business disputes. David has experience in all stages of state and federal litigation, including jury trials and appeals.
David has particular expertise in bankruptcy law, with wide-ranging experience in all aspects of bankruptcy practice. David represents trustees, debtors, creditors, landlords, creditors’ committees and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases. David has extensive experience in bankruptcy litigation and appeals, including fraudulent transfer, preference, and nondischargeability proceedings. David has published numerous articles on bankruptcy topics, and he teaches bankruptcy as an adjunct professor at Boston College Law School.
- United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
- JD, magna cum laude, Boston College Law School, 2010; Boston College Law Review
- BS, Boston College, 2005