David has practiced law for over five years and has represented general contractors, developers, real estate agents, and owners in construction and real estate matters. David has significant experience in every phase of litigation, including motion practice, mediation, arbitration, and bench trials.
In addition, David has published extensively on real estate and electronic discovery topics. David has published over a dozen articles that have been cited, commented upon, and quoted at length by leading law reviews, text books, and trade publications. David's oft-cited article, Accounting for the Costs of Electronic Discovery, was the first peer-reviewed publication to break down the costs of E-Discovery. The leading e-discovery text book reprinted four pages of that article as the introduction to chapter six.
David is also a sought after speaker for civil procedure, evidence, real estate, and electronic discovery topics and has presented for the National Business Institute, the American Bar Association (Mid-year conference), the Scottsdale Bar Association and others. David has also prepared presentations on the above topics for real estate groups, banks, and other trade associations.
Presently, David's research focuses on international jurisdiction disputes resulting from cyber-crimes committed against Arizona businesses. David's research centers on cyber-defamation and copyright infringement committed by foreign corporations that seek to avoid or evade the court's jurisdiction in Arizona and the United States.
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