David's practice is directed toward litigation of patent infringement, trade secrets misappropriation, intellectual property licensing and other intellectual property disputes. David's practice also includes IP licensing, patent prosecution, and IP counselling. His practice is focused on claims involving complex technologies such as in the fields of artificial intelligence, automation and robotics, communications, software, electronics, semiconductors and optics, and has involved products such as smartphones, watches, laptops and other mobile devices, manufacturing equipment, automated material handling systems, memory and display devices, energy storage and management systems, holographic systems, digital televisions, video games, and large-scale mechanical systems. David has handled litigation in key jurisdictions across the country, including in the International Trade Commission (ITC), and post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB).
Prior to law school, David was a research and development engineer designing next-generation pattern recognition and artificial intelligence systems for commercial and military applications. David's masters' thesis concerned evaluation of basic neural network architectures, which complemented his engineering work developing artificial intelligence systems.
Throughout his career, a significant part of David's practice has involved representing Japanese and other Asia-based companies in patent infringement and other intellectual property disputes in the U.S.