David Himelfarb is a member of the Business & Financial Services Litigation Group and the Intellectual Property/Information Technology, Government Contracts Group.
In his practice, Mr. Himelfarb advises clients on commercial contracting matters and assists with contract negotiations, and he represents clients in a variety of commercial litigation including securities actions, director and officer liability actions, business tort actions, asset recovery actions, and creditor's rights actions. He also advises clients on government contracting matters and assists clients on bid protests, federal contract appeals, and with government contract disputes.
Mr. Himelfarb has extensive experience at both the trial and appellate levels and has been involved in numerous jury trials and appeals in both state and federal courts throughout the country. Recently, Mr. Himelfarb successfully argued an appeal of an agency decision before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Mr. Himelfarb has also been involved in appeals before the First, Second, and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals, the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
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 also 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.