David is an associate in DLA Piper's Restructuring group. He is also a member of the firm's Israel Country Group.

David's restructuring practice includes the representation of a variety of clients in complex business reorganizations, debt restructurings and insolvency matters. In this capacity, David focuses on assisting clients with all aspects of chapter 11 proceedings, including sales of assets pursuant to section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, confirmation of plans of reorganization, resolution of claims, and prosecution and defense of various adversary proceedings. Additionally, David has significant experience in out-of-court workouts, UCC sales, orderly wind downs and foreclosures.

David also spends much of his time on the ground in Israel, working with a strong network of Israeli companies, investors, entrepreneurs, bankers, accountants and local lawyers, to assist in developing and managing international business emanating from Israel. As part of the Israel Country Group, David serves as a liaison for DLA Piper's Israeli clients seeking legal guidance in non-Israeli jurisdictions where DLA Piper has a presence, while also providing guidance to non-Israeli clients evaluating business opportunities and partnerships within Israel. He also writes content and assists in editing DLA Piper's Israel Global Gateway, an active blog on emerging business and legal issues relevant to Israel companies, investors and entrepreneurs.

David earned his bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from New York University, with a focus on Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, as well as Jewish History and Civilizations. He graduated, with honors, from the University of Chicago Law School. David is admitted to practice in Illinois and Texas.