Member Profile - David Warrington
George Mason University School of Law
Practice Area 1
Mr. Warrington's litigation practice focuses on representing clients in both state and federal courts where he has litigated cases involving a broad range of matters including: real estate, copyrights, misappropriation of trade secrets, non-compete non-disclosure agreements, professional malpractice, civil conspiracy, partnership dissolution, finance, as well as other complex commercial cases. He has also represented clients before state occupational and licensing authorities, and other state and federal agencies. In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Warrington represents a number of non-profit groups with regards to general business matters as well as fundraising reporting requirements and filings in the fifty states. He also represents federal candidates and their campaign organizations in a number of matters. Mr. Warrington is also a former National Director of Young Americans for Freedom and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.
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