David A. Rabin was a Partner in the Litigation Practice. Throughout his career, Mr. Rabin’s practice has been devoted to business litigation. He has handled a wide variety of business-related lawsuits, arbitrations, and mediations in Georgia and many other jurisdictions across the country.
Mr. Rabin’s practice includes corporate litigation and intellectual property litigation, including cases involving corporate fraud, trade secrets misappropriation, patent, copyright and trademark infringement, software performance disputes, and employee restrictive covenants. He also handles a wide variety of other types of business litigation, including product liability litigation, real estate litigation, and contract litigation. He is part of the firm’s class action litigation team and often is called upon to represent clients in complex litigation requiring the ability to deal with thousands of documents, numerous witnesses, and complex factual and legal issues. Mr. Rabin is also part of the firm’s special investigations group, where he uses investigative skills honed in litigation to assist companies in thoroughly investigating allegations of internal wrongdoing. His clients have ranged from individuals to startup ventures to publicly traded Fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Rabin was one of the principal draftsmen of the Georgia Electronic Records and Signatures Act and served on the Georgia Legislature’s Electronic Commerce Study Committee. He has spoken widely on the topic of electronic signature legislation.