David F. Cutter is an experienced litigator who focuses his practice on complex commercial disputes. David’s experience spans the range of the litigation process, including pre-suit claim investigation, analysis, and alternative dispute resolution; trial-level work involving temporary and permanent injunctive relief, extensive fact and expert discovery, dispositive motion practice and trial; and securing favorable appellate rulings. Recently, David has had lead roles in obtaining a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction, conducting a multi-week bench trial resulting in a complete victory for his client, drafting briefs filed in several state appellate courts, and managing several on-going multi-party litigation matters. David has handled a wide variety of commercial litigation matters involving products and premises liability, media, communications, employment, breach of contract, and business tort disputes. He also has extensive experience with insurance coverage matters involving bodily injury and property damage related to asbestos, environmental, mass tort and product claims, director’s and officer’s and professional liability coverage, advertising and personal injury coverage, breach of policy conditions, contractual indemnification and associated coverage issues, additional insured and priority of coverage, fiduciary liability coverage, and reinsurance.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David F. Cutter