December 15, 2018

David Barmak

David is an experienced trial lawyer and advisor to businesses and their executives, with particular focus on helping clients resolve employment and complex business disputes and negotiate executive employment arrangements. He is Chair of the firm’s Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice, and represents clients nationally.

David’s trial experience includes numerous jury and nonjury trials in both federal and state courts, as well as arbitrations. On employment law issues, he has represented clients in complex litigation involving employment discrimination, noncompetition agreement and trade secret issues, wage and hour (FLSA) compliance, employment contract disputes, and other matters. His litigation and trial experience relating to other complex business issues has involved disputes relating to technology licensing, contract interpretation, tax issues, insurance coverage and other insurance-related issues, partnership, shareholder, joint venture and other agreements, among many other issues.

In his role as an advisor to employers, David has provided counsel on a broad range of employment law-related issues, including employee training, personnel and other policies, wage and hour laws, WARN Act issues, internal investigations, dispute resolution policies and practices, bonus arrangements, and other matters. He also has frequently been involved in the negotiation and drafting of executive employment, separation, and related agreements on behalf of both publicly and privately held companies and their compensation committees, and senior executives across a broad range of industries, including financial services, health care and life sciences, retail and manufacturing, government contracting, and professional services.

In addition to leading the firm's Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice, David is a member of the firm's Litigation, Corporate & Securities, and Health Care Enforcement Defense practices, and has served on the firm's Policy Committee. He is also Chair of the firm’s Lateral Member Recruiting Committee.

Articles in the National Law Review database by David Barmak