David Alexander concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation and international arbitration with specific focus on multiparty corporate disputes, business governance, financial services, bilateral investment treaty suits, insurance matters and fiduciary duties that are very technical.
In 1974, he earned his B.A. cum laude from the Wittenberg University. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University, in 1978.
Mr. Alexander provides representation to public and private companies before federal, state, regional courts and government agencies. He possesses extensive experience in appellate arguments, international arbitration and mediation such as render service as an arbitrator for the International Chamber of Commerce, International Court of Arbitration.
Mr. Alexander’s latest experience are handling internal investigations and litigation; working as a special counsel to independent committees of boards of directors; handling cases that are results of accounting fraud and parallel criminal investigations. He also deals with international arbitrations that involve bilateral investment treaty suits and expropriation.
David has handled a lot of internal business investigations on matters under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Ha has also provided litigation to clients on unfair competition, trade secret and trademark disputes.
David Alexander is actively involved in the litigation and international dispute resolution practices of the firm. He garnered more experience in a recent international arbitrations that involved disputes that pertained to the Czech Republic, Ecuador, China, Mexico, Costa Rica and Chile.
Before starting work at the firm, Mr. Alexander served for two years as a judicial clerk for the United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio. David has been selected by the American Inns of Court as a Master Lawyer of the Robert M. Duncan Chapter.
He is a former president of the Columbus Bar Foundation board of trustees. He was also a Chair of the Board of The Legal Aid Society of Columbus. Lately, David worked on the Access to Justice Task Force of the Ohio Supreme Court.
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