David is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution and Financial Regulation departments in Brussels.

David represents banks, large companies and public institutions in connection with complex civil and commercial litigation, often involving cross-border elements, and arbitration proceedings (domestic and international). He advises clients on issues related to financial and banking law (with a focus on FinTech, payment services, e-money, AML and supervision of financial institutions), real estate, distribution and retail, insolvency, contract disputes and torts. He also has a wide range of experience in Belgian Supreme Court litigation (Cour de cassation) having handled all types of notices, appeals and memorandum.

Prior to joining Osborne Clarke, David practiced in the Brussels office of an American law firm.

David received an LL.M. degree in comparative and international dispute resolution from Queen Mary University of London, a Master degree in management from Solvay Business School and a Master degree in law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. He serves as a research assistant at the Université Libre de Bruxelles’ Center for Private Law and regularly publishes articles in his areas of practice.