Licensed since 1998
David is very bright, highly skilled, and well respected by his peers. I have had the pleasure of moderating several panel discussions with him for the ABA Business Law Section and consider him to be a good friend. He has considerabloe substantive knowledge of securities law from having spent time working for the SEC.
Michael Clark White Collar Crime Attorney
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|ABA Securities Litigation Journal||Government Manipulation of Regulatory and Criminal Investigations: A New Judicial Willingness to Scrutinize||2006|
|Securities Regulation & Law Report||The Securities and Exchange Commission Raises the Cost of Non-Cooperation||2004|
|Securities Regulation & Law Report||The Mutual Fund Crisis, Beginning to See a Resolution,||2003|
|Gourevitch, Securities Arbitration: Simplifying Complexity, Practicing Law Institute, vol.2, p. 503||Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Parallel Proceedings in the Post-Enron Era||2003|
|ABA Antitrust Law Section publication||The Internationalization of Securities Enforcement: Recent Developments in Cross-Border Investigations||2002|
|Gourevitch||A Primer on Offshore Investigations||2002|
|Securities Regulation & Law Report||The Mutual Fund Probes–What We Can Tell So Far,||N/A|
|Georgetown University Law Center||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Securities Fraud National Institute||Parallel Investigations||2006|
|American Conference Institute||Corporate Counsel's Forum on Conducting and Responding to Internal and Government Investigations||2006|
|American Conference Institute||Resolving Customer Claims||2006|
|American Conference Institute||Strategies for Responding to Insurance Industry Investigations||2005|
|American Conference Institute||Defense Counsel’s Forum on Securities Arbitrations||2004|
|American Conference Institute||The Corporate Counsel’s Guide to Internal and External Investigations||2004|
|Business Law Section||A Dozen-Step Program for Effective Corporate Compliance and Corporate Governance in the Post-Sarbanes Oxley World||2004|
|Business Law Section||Criminal Securities Enforcement in the New Era: Simple Designs for Businesses to Use for ‘Living Well’ in Today’s Environment||2003|
|U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission, Enforcement Division [in-house training program]||A Primer on Offshore Investigations||2003|
|Unknown||Criminal Securities Enforcement in the New Era: Simple Designs for Businesses to Use for ‘Living Well’ in Today’s Environment||2003|
|New York County Lawyers Assoc||Provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley Panel||2003|
|Investment Dealers Association||The Criminalization of Securities Enforcement: What To Do When the FBI Calls||2003|
|13th Annual Securities Super Conference, Canadian Institute||Recent Developments in Regulatory and Criminal Enforcement of the U.S. Securities Laws||2003|
|White-collar Crime Roundtable, National Association of Securities Dealers||How to Conduct an Offshore Investigation||2002|
|American Conference Institute||Criminal Investigations of Securities Fraud: Federal and State Trends||2002|
|12th Annual Securities Super Conference, Canadian Institute||Monitoring and Enforcement in the U.S.: An In-Depth Analysis and Update||2002|
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