David graduated from Deakin University with a Bachelor of Laws in 2011 and was admitted to practice in 2012. Following his admission, David joined Rotman & Morris after working in two boutique law firms and a midsize city law firm.
David is a commercial lawyer who focuses on litigation and dispute resolution in all jurisdictions. He is results oriented and passionately represents our firm’s clients, attempting to achieve a cost-effective and pragmatic solution to any given issue.
David has experience with debt recovery, mortgage and securities enforcement, contractual disputes, testator family maintenance claims, employment disputes, breaches of trust, Consumer Law disputes and insolvency-related disputes (corporate and personal).
David also has experience with drafting, reviewing and advising on a range of commercial agreements including banking & finance transactions, acquisition and sale of businesses and acquisition and sale of shares and advising clients in relation to business structuring and restructuring and asset protection.
David is happily married, a proud father of two children. and enjoys spending quality time with his family, squinting at subtitles of foreign films, playing tennis, volunteering at C Care and travelling to developing countries.
Prior to becoming a Lawyer, David obtained his Graduate Diploma in Rabbinical Studies from the Heichal Menachem Rabbinical Seminary in 2008 after completing extensive Rabbinical studies in Melbourne, New York City and Budapest between 2003 and 2007.