David represents property taxpayers in several states, including Indiana, Illinois and Minnesota, and he regularly appears before tax agencies, boards and courts on a variety of tax matters and disputes. David has also represented taxpayers on state and local tax matters in federal bankruptcy proceedings and appeals. David always works to resolve clients' tax problems without the need for litigation, but when necessary, he represents clients in all phases of litigation through administrative, court and appellate proceedings.
Before joining the firm, David was a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP in Indianapolis. After earning his law degree, he practiced law at Jenner & Block in Illinois before clerking with the Honorable Ronald T.Y. Moon, Chief Justice of the Hawaii Supreme Court. Prior to law school, David worked as a Japanese language translator-interpreter for an automobile manufacturer in Lafayette, Indiana.
- Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis — Adjunct Professor, Spring 2007