David joined Wiggin and Dana after more than two decades as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). His experience investigating and prosecuting high-stakes cases makes him uniquely qualified to represent clients needing a seasoned counselor and trial lawyer.
David is a member of several of the firm's practice groups that draw on his government experience, including International Trade Compliance; White Collar Defense, Government Investigations, and Corporate Compliance; Cybersecurity and Privacy; Unmanned Aerial Systems; and Art and Museum Law.
He represents corporations and individuals in investigations and prosecutions by the DOJ and other federal and state agencies and in complex civil litigation. He conducts internal investigations and corporate compliance assessments for companies, including those in the defense, financial, and health care industries. He advises clients concerning the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the False Claims Act, and cybersecurity and data privacy, including assessments of policies and procedures, as well as data breach preparation and response.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David Hall