The scheme does not over-ride the requirements of the NSW Long Service Leave Act 1955. on wages or salary) are entitled to long service leave if they work for one employer for 10 consecutive years.
David obtained summary judgment from a state court in Michigan after his client’s product failed and the plaintiff became a quadriplegic as a result of severe injuries to his brain and spine.
When a severely injured worker brought claims in a California state court after falling into an industrial mixer against David’s “target” client, David successfully resolved that litigation by allowing the plaintiff access to his client’s experts for use against the other defendants.
Other examples include representation of a family-owned, duty-free store operator in an antitrust, unfair competition, and wrongful interference with business litigation dispute against a world-wide operator of duty-free stores.
He defended a national accounting firm facing negligence and malpractice claims arising from the collapse of a mutual fund.
David defended an accountant in a high profile, federal tax fraud prosecution.
David advises clients on issues associated with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and is regularly involved in conducting due diligence and internal investigations around the world., Political Science (1987) Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L. (Stock Exchange) commerce the right to buy (call option) or sell (put option) a fixed quantity of a commodity, security, foreign exchange, etc, at a fixed price at a specified date in the future.He represented an executive with a large health insurer who was investigated by various federal agencies for the backdating of stock options.David represented officers for a commercial builder who were subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury in connection with a criminal antitrust investigation in Georgia involving allegations of bid rigging.WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE/INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS David routinely defends clients in white-collar criminal cases and guides them through internal investigations of suspected wrongdoing.