David concentrates his practice in business, financial services, and class action litigation. He has represented public and private companies in a variety of matters involving breach of contract disputes, business torts, class action defense, shareholder litigation, director liability claims, business fraud, whistleblower and qui tam lawsuits, and in conducting internal corporate investigations.
He represents financial institutions and other creditors in both litigation and restructuring and insolvency matters including cases involving commercial workouts, receiverships and bankruptcies.
Prior to joining Rose Law Firm, David practiced at Bass, Berry & Sims PLC.
Rose Law Firm, the oldest law firm west of the Mississippi River, traces its origin to November 1, 1820, before Arkansas statehood, when Robert Crittenden and Chester Ashley entered into an agreement for a “Partnership in the Practice of Law.” This partnership agreement hangs on the wall of the firm’s boardroom as a reminder of our long and storied history.
At the age of 22, Crittenden was appointed as Lieutenant Governor of the Arkansas Territory by President James Monroe, and he was responsible for organizing the new Territory.