David Himelfarb is a member of the Business & Financial Services Litigation Group and the Intellectual Property/Information Technology, Government Contracts Group.
Mr. Himelfarb divides his practice between advising clients on contracting matters, with an emphasis on government contracting, and representing clients in litigation, arbitrations, and other dispute resolution venues. His litigation practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in both state and federal court, including all forms of business and contract disputes, trade secret actions, securities actions, and director and officer liability actions.
Mr. Himelfarb has experience handling bid protests (both at the agency level and before GAO) and contract disputes, and has practiced before both the Civilian and the Armed Services Boards of Contract Appeals. Mr. Himelfarb also has experience challenging agency decisions, and has appeared before the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Mr. Himelfarb has been involved in numerous jury trials and appeals in both state and federal courts throughout the country, including in Massachusetts, Texas, New York, California, and New Hampshire.
Mr. Himelfarb has served as a faculty panelist for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education program "How to Prepare and Try an Adversary Proceeding in Bankruptcy Court." He has also lectured on bid protest at the National Contract Management Association, Boston Chapter, March Workshop.
Mr. Himelfarb is a member of the firm’s Pro Bono and Professional Personnel Committees and he represents indigent tenants in housing court, on a pro bono basis, on behalf of the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association.
Mr. Himelfarb has been recognized as a Massachusetts Rising Star in 2006 - 2012.