David is an attorney with more than a decade of experience working with technology teams on data-driven audits on behalf of state treasurer’s offices and unclaimed property departments. He is responsible for the legal aspects of ongoing unclaimed property examinations, including negotiating the detailed terms of proposed agreements, resolving examinations and providing counsel on legal challenges. David also provides business development and strategic support for the practice’s fraud prevention offerings for state clients and others.
Prior to joining Kroll, David specialized in securities litigation and the representation of financial services industry professionals. He has litigated cases based on the Securities Acts, SEC and FINRA rules, corporate accounting practices and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
David holds a B.A. in financial management from Ohio State University and a J.D. (cum laude) from Hofstra University School of Law.