David focuses his practice on patent infringement and complex commercial litigation. His cases have involved agricultural chemicals, multi-function printers, RNA/DNA analytical technology, and patent licensing disputes.
In addition to his litigation practice, David is actively committed to pro bono service. David was part of a team that secured structural relief in the Delaware women’s prison to prevent future sexual assaults. David has also represented a Vietnam veteran in the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and helped a client obtain a protection-from-abuse order in the Delaware Family Court.
While in law school, David was the Technical Editor of the Duke Law & Technology Review and a Lead Editor of the Alaska Law Review. David also spent a summer with the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina, where he worked on a variety of First Amendment issues.