David N. Fautsch
David Fautsch has significant litigation and trial experience in federal courts. A senior associate in our Baltimore office, David focuses his practice on litigation, particularly product liability and commercial litigation. He also maintains an active pro bono practice.
David works with clients in many industries, including pharmaceutical and medical device companies, educational institutions, and healthcare organizations.
Before joining Hogan Lovells, David gained valuable experience at the United States Department of Justice, where he handled numerous dispositive motions and tried cases concerning a variety of tort claims against the United States, including plane crashes, oil spills, constitutional torts, and maritime personal injury actions.
In law school David kept busy as the Book Review Editor for the Michigan Law Review, the Executive Articles Editor for the Michigan Journal of International Law, and the Chairman of the Campbell Moot Court Board.
Regularly briefs discovery and dispositive motions on behalf of life sciences companies and universities defending complex tort claims.
Frequently provides risk management advice and counseling on products liability issues.
Acting through the firm's pro bono department, actively represents individuals in civil rights litigation.
Rookie of the Year for the United States Department of Justice