David M. Rosenberg-Wohl
EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP, EMPLOYMENT:
David graduated from Harvard College (B.A. Classics, 1983) and Harvard Law School (J.D., 1986). David also holds a Ph.D. in Jewish Studies (historiography) from the University of California, Berkeley and the Graduate Theological Union (2014).
In addition to the California Bar, he is a member of the bars of the United States Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Ninth and D.C. Circuits, and all U.S. District Courts in California. He is a member of the California Society for Healthcare Attorneys, a member of the Health Law Section of the American Bar Association, and a member of both the San Francisco and Alameda County Bar Associations.
David practiced law as a partner in the health law firm Marion’s Inn, LLP, founded Business Litigation Counsel, LLP, served as a member of the board of directors of Lasky, Haas & Cohler, P.C., and worked as an associate at McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen.
David has extensive experience in business disputes. His practice is focused upon the administrative, legislative and common law contours of the practice of medicine – specifically, the challenges physicians face, including the enforcement of payment contracts and arbitration provisions, the trade secret and antitrust aspects of unfair competition, the fiduciary duties owed by individuals to each other, real estate conflicts, and a range of employment and benefits issues.
David has presented nationally on the subject of the attorney-client privilege. He has published articles on the enforcement of arbitration provisions in contracts in the San Francisco Daily Journal and in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and he has written on legislative developments for the Harvard Journal on Legislation.
David served as Curator of the exhibition, Il Ghetto: Forging Italian Jewish Identities 1516-1870, at San Francisco’s Museo ItaloAmericano in 2008-09, a project that involved publications, public presentations and television interviews. In 2016 David spoke at the San Francisco event commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Venetian Ghetto.