David is an integral member of our Government Contracting and Litigation practice groups. As an MBA holder, he brings a business and economics mindset to every case. David understands that a successful litigation strategy requires both the legal acumen to prove the wrongdoer’s liability and the ability to clearly communicate the client’s economic losses to the court. After all, a legal victory without quantifiable damages amounts to little more than a piece of paper affirming that the client was wronged. To successfully recoup one’s actual losses, a client needs a legal team that is adept at documenting, calculating, and proving the monetary value of the case from the very start. David brings this focus on the dollars and cents to every case.
Outside of a litigation context, David assists clients in setting up and restructuring their businesses through drafting operating agreements, joint ventures, and other business formation documents. Once again, legal acumen and a business mindset are both critical to successfully structuring each new business entity for whatever goals the owners wish to achieve.
At Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC, David works across the firm’s Government Contracting and Litigation practice groups in a wide variety of case types ranging from trademark infringement and employment discrimination within the firm’s general litigation practice to CDA claim litigation, False Claims Act qui tam actions, and surety suits within the government contracting space. He shepherds cases through the pleading and discovery phases of a case, takes depositions, engages in pre-trial dispositive motions practice, and assists in trial preparation. Beyond trial, David challenges adverse decisions through the appellate review process.
Second Judicial District of Colorado, Denver District Court - the Honorable Keneth M. Laff: 2019 and 2020
U.S. District Court: District of Colorado
U.S. District Court: District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit