David concentrates his practice in corporate law and mergers and acquisition and other related areas to serve his clients.
David represents privately-held businesses and entrepreneurs, as well as senior executives and organizational leaders at privately-held and publicly-traded businesses. He assists businesses and their owners in all phases of their operations, including start-up and structuring, such as C and S corporations and limited liability companies; raising capital and funding, including private placements, venture capital and bank loans; negotiating and implementing contracts, such as employment agreements, incentive arrangements, buy-sell agreements, distribution agreements and confidentiality, non-solicitation and noncompete agreements; business and asset acquisitions and divestitures, including asset and stock transactions and taxable and tax-deferred mergers and reorganizations; joint ventures; and facilitating exit strategies.
He also assists executives and organizational leaders in negotiating employment agreements and equity and non-equity incentive arrangements, as well as separation and severance arrangements. He advises in the areas of compensation and benefits, duties, post-employment restrictions and severance packages.
A graduate of Emory University School of Law with distinction, he also obtained his undergraduate degree in accounting from Emory University School of Business.