David uses skill, experience, compassion, and creativity to guide clients through their disputes big and small. David helps businesses, governments, and individuals navigate complex commercial, contract, partnership, securities, construction, employment, bankruptcy, regulatory, criminal, and other matters, in federal and state court, arbitration, and mediation. David has experience in all phases of litigation, from inception through discovery, trial, and appeal.
David has significant interest and expertise in arbitration, both international and domestic. David enjoys working with clients on thorny procedural issues in arbitration, including issues relating to jurisdiction, arbitration agreement/award enforcement, and non-parties. David is a regular contributor to the K&H Arbitration Blog.
Prior to joining Krevolin & Horst, David was an associate with two international law firms in New York City. David also served as a law clerk to Judge Richard W. Goldberg of the U.S. Court of International Trade. During David’s clerkship, Judge Goldberg sat by designation in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, Eighth, and Eleventh Circuits, and in multiple federal district courts. David spent four years as an adjunct faculty member at Fordham Law School teaching international arbitration and he currently coaches the Emory Law School international arbitration moot court team.
David lives in Druid Hills with his wife and two daughters.