David’s practice focuses on commercial transactions involving technology (including outsourcing, development, licensing, distribution, service provision, procurements, and electronic commerce) and corporate matters involving companies that develop, market, and exploit technology (including shareholder agreements, corporate structure, reorganizations, financings, acquisitions, and divestitures). David leverages his experience in dealing with technology and the business of technology and a strong background in accounting and finance to deliver practical, sensible, and cost-effective advice. He advises a variety of clients from start-ups to large national and multinational corporations and financial institutions. David is a past treasurer and former director of the Canadian IT Law Association. He is also a member of the International Technology Law Association, the Information Technology and E-Commerce Section of the Ontario Bar Association, the Licensing Executives Society, the Toronto Computer Lawyers Group, and the American Bar Association. David was called to the Bars of Ontario and New York in 2000. He obtained his LLB and BCL from McGill University. He is a CPA (CA) and CFA and holds a BComm from the University of Toronto.