David is a commercial litigator with a focus on consumer protection, consumer finance, and privacy law. He helps businesses with their litigation needs and defends them when facing enforcement actions. In addition to his commercial litigation practice, David advises businesses on how to comply with the labyrinthine state and federal laws governing consumer finance, licensing and privacy laws. A former Colorado Assistant Attorney General and Denver Deputy District Attorney, David has litigated more than 20 trials. Today, David uses his prosecution and compliance experience to help clients put their best foot forward.

Prior to becoming an attorney, David worked for a global non-profit in Moscow, Russia that taught college students how to become social entrepreneurs. His pro bono work focuses on assisting non-profits and inmates. While in law school, he clerked for judges at the Colorado Supreme Court and the US District Court for the District of Colorado. He also worked at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and the US Attorney’s Office. David was a Chancellor’s Scholar at the University of Denver and a clerk at the Colorado Court of Appeals. He is an avid mountaineer and a local leader for the Boy Scouts of America.

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  • University of Denver, J.D., Staff Editor, Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, 2017
  • University of Denver, B.A., 2004


  • Colorado, 2017

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