A seasoned trial lawyer for more than 35 years, David Dunn has tried cases, conducted arbitrations and argued appeals before federal and state appellate courts. Clients including financial institutions, telecommunications, and media enterprises turn to David to handle complex litigation matters as well as to negotiate complex transactions, proactively limiting potential contentious disputes that may arise from them.
David advises clients in commercial litigation, including international, complex financial and banking matters, and employment litigation. David regularly represents international clients in litigation in United States courts as well as U.S.-based clients in litigation in tribunals around the world. David has represented commercial clients in successfully enforcing judgments far from the originating forum. He has acted for and against sovereigns in contractual matters that include complex commercial contracts, licensing disputes, and large scale debt defaults. In the financial services area, David represents financial institutions in disputes arising from complex financing transactions, lender liability claims of customers, unfair trade practice claims, and regulatory compliance issues.
In the employment area, David advises employers on issues including the negotiation of and litigation concerning employment agreements for executives and highly skilled employees, compliance with federal and state employment legislation, including wage and hour laws, and employment discrimination matters. He has successfully represented clients in defending class action claims in consumer and employment cases, in federal and state courts.
Represented a major financial institution in defeating claim of the New York Attorney General asserting breach of a settlement agreement.
Representation of the Vatican Library in defeating claims of licensees and sublicensees asserting claims of contract breach and fraud.
Representation of various residential mortgage lenders in enforcing mortgage foreclosure rights and defeating lender liability claims.
Successfully represented Charter Communications in wage and hour class action cases.
Represented a foreign utility company in international arbitration concerning an alleged breach of an international commercial agreement.
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The 8th Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute - Making the Case: Developing Legally Defensible eDiscovery Best Practices
17 November 2011
Arlington, United States