David is a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators and serves as a member of the Commercial, Large Complex Commercial, Employment and Healthcare rosters for the American Arbitration Association. He is also an arbitrator for the American Health Lawyer Association and conducts private arbitrations.
He has served as sole arbitrator, panel chair and panel member in more than 185 AAA/ICDR, ICC, AHLA and private arbitrations covering a wide variety of issues. He has also acted as a Court-appointed sole arbitrator in mandatory non-binding arbitrations as well as a panel member and chairperson of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panels.
The types of cases in which David has served as an arbitrator include large complex commercial matters, employment, health care (including but not limited to medical necessity, coding, medical staffing, MCG guidelines, billing, covered services, Florida’s Medicaid Statute, Florida’s PIP statute, notice, exhaustion, physician practice breakups and employment agreements), insurance coverage, investment banking, tax exempt financing, real estate related matters, leasing and landlord/tenant issues, trademark, securities, precious metals, licensing, breach of contract, business broker disputes, consulting contracts, partnership agreements, common law breach of fiduciary duty and fraud, fee disputes, telecom matters, automobile manufacturing, misappropriation of trade secrets, antitrust, covenants not to compete, franchise disputes, FLSA, TCPA, supplier-dealer disputes, partnership disputes and other common law business torts. The amounts in controversy have ranged from under $100,000 to well over $1.5 billion.
The parties in these arbitrations have included a wide variety of domestic and international individuals and entities, including automobile and motorcycle manufacturers and dealerships, developers, banks, private equity, broker dealers, financial planners, business brokers, insurance companies, mortgage servicers, software developers, liquidity providers, entertainment companies, energy companies, sports franchises, finance companies, global shippers, technology and eCommerce businesses, law firms, medical practices, media, telecom, aerospace companies, jet aircraft manufacturers, produce companies, international and domestic manufacturers and importers of alcoholic beverages, hospitals, hospital systems, physicians, property damage remediation companies, an Indian tribe, a world-class resort, designers and a strip clubs.