David focuses his practice on representing and counseling employers concerning the full spectrum of labor and employment-related issues. David has represented employers before federal and state courts, arbitration hearings and administrative agencies. He has defended claims of unlawful discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, wrongful discharge, unfair labor practices, unemployment compensation, breach of contract, and whistleblower complaints, as well as non-compete, non-solicitation, and trade secret litigation. He has also assisted employers in opposing unionization efforts and collective bargaining negotiations.
In addition to providing daily counsel to employers, David drafts personnel policies, severance agreements, affirmative action policies, employment agreements, covenants not to compete, and trade secret agreements. David also assists clients when seeking to interact with government entities and elected officials on the local, state, or federal level.
David previously served as a legislative assistant to U.S. Rep. Curt Weldon and later served as co-chair of his campaign from 2003-2006. While attending law school, David served as a law clerk for the Hon. Frank T. Hazel in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas. While attending Duke University, he was a student manager for Coach Michael Krzyzewski's Duke Men's Basketball team. During David's service, the team made Final Four appearances and won the 1991 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship.