Michael David is counsel in the New York office of Latham & Watkins and is a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice. He has significant experience as counsel in patent infringement actions before the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) and in district courts. Mr. David has represented complainants, respondents and third parties in a multitude of ITC investigations, including through trial and post-trial Commission review. Mr. David has participated in six ITC trials and more than a dozen ITC investigations. He also frequently participates in consultations with US Customs and Border Protection regarding enforcement of ITC exclusion orders. Mr. David also has extensive experience litigating patent infringement actions in federal district courts and represents clients in matters involving trademark and copyright infringement. His representative experience includes the fields of:
- Graphics processing technology
- 3G wireless cellular devices
- Liquid crystal display technology
- Medical devices
- Biometric scanning technology
- Web analytics software
- Advertising streaming technology
- Satellite-delivered broadband global access networks
Mr. David is also active in pro bono matters and represents various clients in matters related to litigation involving special education law, applications for political asylum and applications for child custody.
In addition to the New York and District of Columbia bars, Mr. David is qualified to practice before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.