David Golden is a partner in the D.C. office of Constantine Cannon. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, most notably cases that concern high-technology products and companies involved in technology standard-setting organizations. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in diverse matters, including antitrust, federal preemption, copyright infringement, cyber security breaches, Administrative Procedure Act claims, and commercial arbitrations. Mr. Golden also represents clients before government agencies, including criminal antitrust investigations and statutory ratemaking proceedings.
Mr. Golden’s recent representations include:
Mr. Golden frequently writes about issues concerning competition law and technology. He contributes to the ABA’s Antitrust Law Developments treatise and regularly publishes articles in CompLaw360, Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet, ABA Antitrust Counselor, and other publications.
Mr. Golden is a member of the ABA, and a member of the Antitrust Law and Science & Technology Law sections.
Prior to joining Constantine Cannon, Mr. Golden worked at software companies and biomedical research institutions. Mr. Golden graduated from The George Washington University Law School. During law school, Mr. Golden externed for the Hon. David Folsom in the Eastern District of Texas. Mr. Golden received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas.
Mr. Golden is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia and Maryland as well as before the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the DC Circuit and the Fourth Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
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