David M. George's practice focuses on tort and complex commercial litigation. He has represented clients from a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, aviation, automotive, financial services, title insurance, media and entertainment, public education and real estate development. He serves as both a counselor and advocate for Fortune 500 companies and individuals in high-stakes business matters. This representation has resulted in favorable settlements, dispositive relief, and defense verdicts for his clients.
Mr. George has significant experience in defending class actions against automobile manufacturers in federal courts throughout the United States, many of which assert various fraud, breach of warranty and statutory consumer protection claims. His legal representation on high-stakes pharmaceutical products liability defense cases includes representing multinational manufacturers in multidistrict and related state litigation.
Through his experience with the largest types of cases and governmental investigations, Mr. George has developed particular skills in discovery management. This includes managing complex E-discovery projects and supervising contract attorneys on large scale document review projects (electronic and paper).
Mr. George has extensive litigation experience at both the state and federal court levels. He has represented clients at the appellate level in the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the Michigan Supreme Court and the Michigan Court of Appeals. While in law school, he was an extern with the Michigan Court of Appeals.
Mr. George actively participates in Dykema’s pro-bono program. He has handled matters ranging from helping clients obtain spousal support payments to representing a prisoner in habeas corpus proceedings in Federal Court.
Aviation & Aerospace | Class Action Defense | Consumer Financial Services | Discovery Management & E-Discovery | Entertainment, Media & Sports | Food & Beverage | Litigation | Pharmaceuticals & Medical Products
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