David Carney concentrates his practice on complex litigation matters, with a particular focus on class action defense and appellate litigation. He has represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels in litigation involving alleged liability under the federal and state securities laws, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, federal and state antitrust laws and alleged breaches of fiduciary duty related to trust, partnership and joint venture agreements. He has also counseled clients in responding to significant data breaches, including unauthorized access to credit and debit card information and unauthorized wire payment transfers.
Prior to attending law school, David worked for Senator Spencer Abraham on Capitol Hill and for President George W. Bush at the White House. He interned in the Civil Division of the Department of Justice following his first year of law school, and was a member of the Law Review while at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
David lives in Rocky River with his wife, Dana, and their three daughters, Kate, Mia and Elizabeth.
1/7/2013 - BakerHostetler Announces 18 New Partners
6/23/2011 - The British Are Coming! The British Bribery Act 2010