David specializes in insurance, banking and other complex commercial cases. David represents a wide range of clients in these industries, including insurers, financial institutions and corporations.
PCB contamination $50 million underlying liability arising at four rail yard sites.
PCB and lead contamination $4 million arising at seven scrap metal recycling sites.
Perchlorate contamination $12 million arising at two signal flare manufacturing sites.
PCE/TCE contamination $1.2 million arising at metal degreasing facility.
Gasoline contamination $750,000 arising from leaking storage tanks.
Lead paint $60 million in underlying public nuisance liabilities.
Polybutytlene pipe $200 million for underlying plumbing liabilities.
Asbestos insulator $12 million for personal injury liabilities.
Asbestos prepackaged bankruptcy seeking $10 million for liabilities from engine products.
Asbestos refractory product manufacturer seeking $5 million for personal injury liabilities.
Commercial lessor $1.7 million property damage and business interruption for hurricane.
Bank courier check restoration $500,000 liabilities for destroyed checks.
Accident and disability $700,000 in permanent disability claim by bridge painter.
Bank-owned life insurance program review for liabilities in $1.5 million in assets.
Directors and officers $1.5 million coverage action for defense of class action litigation.
Coordinating counsel in defense of many insurance agents and broker negligence claims.
Coordinating counsel for national asbestos defendant with boiler, gasket, and other product liabilities.
Counsel in defense of international sales agreements under the United Nations.
Convention for the International Sale of Goods.
Counsel in defense of action involving $1.7 million loss and reconstruction of stolen bank checks.
The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, J.D., 1999, with honors
Order of the Coif
Ohio State Law Journal, 1997-1999
Ohio State Moot Court, 1999
The Ohio State University, B.A., 1994
The Ohio State University, B.S., 1994