An accomplished trial lawyer and problem solver, David Ebert has extensive experience litigating, trying—and resolving—complex commercial matters in state and federal courts, as well as before mediation and arbitration tribunals in New York and around the country. David also acts as outside general counsel for his corporate clients, routinely advising on day-to-day issues as well as best practices and long-term strategies to anticipate and avoid conflict.
Among the many types of cases he has litigated, David has handled matters relating to intellectual property, licensing, telecommunications, trade secrets, patent licensing and infringement, advertising, manufacturing, confectionaries, business fraud, lawyer and accountant professional liability defense, misappropriation of ideas, unfair competition, defamation, employment discrimination and wrongful termination, restrictive covenants and real estate.
David is also regularly engaged to represent lawyers and law firms, and other individuals and types of entities, in partnership, shareholder and limited liability company disputes, judicial accountings, dissolutions and disciplinary actions.
His far-reaching experience in complex commercial litigation informs his practical and straightforward approach to his work as outside general counsel for small and mid-sized entities. David’s approach is to work to understand his clients’ business goals, preferences and practices, risk tolerance and culture so that he can make informed and individualized strategy decisions and recommendations as issues arise.