David J. Ball is a partner in Bracewell's litigation practice. David has experience in the areas of intellectual property litigation (patent, copyright, trademark, trade dress, and IP theft), bankruptcy litigation, and state and federal appeals. He also regularly represents financial services firms (international banks, regional banks, hedge funds, etc.) in complex commercial disputes. David routinely draws on his litigation experience to counsel clients in all manner of business transactions, including risk analysis, contract formation, mergers and acquisitions, and distressed situations.
David also has experience in information governance, where he provides clients with advice and solutions to managing, preserving, producing, and destroying electronic data and developing policies and programs that are compliant with state, federal, and foreign country laws and agency regulations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David J. Ball