David is a litigator who has handled a broad range of complex criminal and civil matters – at trial, on appeal, and in connection with government investigations. His white collar criminal and regulatory experience includes work in the areas of tax fraud, health care fraud, government contractor fraud, securities fraud, money laundering and structuring, ITAR and other export violations, public corruption, False Claims Act, environmental violations and RICO. His business litigation has focused on issues of breach of fiduciary duty, unfair competition, trade secret, and covenants not to compete. David also has litigated cases on behalf of parties who have suffered serious personal injury, including fatal injuries. He also has extensive criminal experience in the state courts.
After graduating from law school, David served as a law clerk to the Honorable Ralph K. Winter of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. From 1986 to 1990 he worked for Fischetti, Pomerantz & Russo, a New York City boutique firm practicing in the area of federal criminal litigation. For many years before joining Carmody, David was a partner with the New Haven trial law firm of Jacobs, Grudberg, Belt, Dow & Katz, P.C.