David represents clients in a variety of a labor and employment matters, with a specific focus on athletic contracts in relation to collective bargaining and player marketing issues.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining the firm, David was an attorney in the Pittsburgh office of an international law firm. He also served for several years as counsel to the National Basketball Players Association, where he negotiated and drafted collective bargaining agreements; advised players and agents on such issues as contracts, salary cap rules and player discipline; managed lobbying efforts and testified in state senate hearings; and handled player appeals, among other responsibilities.
While in law school, David was a law clerk for the National Basketball Players Association and a summer associate at Fox Rothschild and a New Mexico-based firm. He also served as article editor of the Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law, was a participant in the National Baseball Arbitration Competition, served as Sports Symposium Co-Chair of the Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law and was a teaching assistant for the course, “Representing the Student Athlete.”
Beyond Fox Rothschild
David serves as a mentor with the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, which seeks to build a more diverse legal industry. He was also a volunteer attorney with the South Hills Legal Clinic, which provides pro bono legal advice to low-income individuals on a wide range of issues.