David Hosenpud represents clients in the defense of class action and individual discrimination suits in both federal and state courts. His class action experience includes defending clients in lawsuits alleging wage and hour, and Title III violations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. READ MORE
David has extensive jury trial, court trial and arbitration experience.
His other commercial litigation experience includes:
David has been described by Chambers® USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as “a litigator whose practice combines labor and employment and general litigation. Areas of focus include the defense of discrimination claims, wrongful discharge and class actions. He advises on employment termination, leave disputes and whistle-blower retaliation claims. ”
Chambers® sources said that “he is practical, understands the business side of claims, is easy to work with and communicates well.”
Member, Federal Bar Association
Former Member, Oregon Association of Defense Counsel
Former Board Member, Oregon Law Institute
Past Associate Editor, Oregon Litigation Journal
Legal Lean Sigma® and Project Management Yellow Belt Certification
Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Labor & Employment (2010-2019)
The Best Lawyers in America©, Commercial Litigation, Employment Management, Labor & Employment Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions Defendants (2006-2020); Labor and Employment (2006-2014)
"Oregon Super Lawyer,” Thomson Reuters, Employment Litigation: Defense (2006-2017)
“Portland Lawyer of the Year” Best Lawyers®, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions Defendants (2013)
AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™
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