David Shimonov is an associate in the New York office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. David has experience representing clients in various aspects of litigation including products liability law, intellectual property law, and shareholder derivative actions. Additionally, he has experience assisting high net-worth individuals with their estate-planning needs. David also maintains an active pro bono practice and has represented clients in estate planning, family law, and immigration matters.
Arbitration Committee Member, CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution
Member, American Bar Association, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Division, 2015-Present
Member, American Bar Association, Business Law Division, 2015-Present
Member, American Bar Association, Litigation Division, 2015-Present
Member, American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Division, 2015-Present
Member, American Bar Association, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Division
Recent Developments on Attacking the Reliability Of Plaintiffs’ Experts in Automotive Crashworthiness Cases (January 16, 2017)
New York Law Journal: Estate Planning for the Digital Afterlife (November 14, 2016).
Bloomberg BNA: Product Safety and Liability Reporter, Underestimating Visual Impact of a Videotaped Deposition of a Sympathetic Plaintiff Can be a Costly Mistake (February 8, 2016);
St. John’s Law Review Commentary, Uniformity is Key: A Possible Resolution to the Ongoing Dispute Between the Conflicting Interpretations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (October 1, 2014);
Contributing Author (Chapter on Evidence), Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts
Presentation to Lincoln Center on Social Media Policy – July 24, 2014
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Representation of client in the District Court of Connecticut in a breach of contract and failure to warn case.
Representation of a beer wholesaler against its beer distributor for the right to terminate its distributor agreement.
Representation of a major U.S. pharmaceutical company for potential product liability litigation.
Representation of a major U.S. retailer in a trademark infringement dispute in the Southern District of New York and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
Representation of an international banking family in the London Court of International Arbitration regarding Trademark License Agreement breaches.
Pro bono representation of a low-income housing tenant in a shareholder derivative action for breach of fiduciary duty and waste and mismanagement of assets against the Board of Directors and Officers of the Co-operative.
Pro bono representation of a mother seeking child support modification in New York family court.
Pro bono representation of a spouse seeking a divorce.
Pro bono representation of a woman requiring estate planning documents.
Pro bono representation of a man seeking lawful permanent resident status.