David J. Wiener

Associate | San Francisco

dwiener@mofo.com | (415) 268-6441

dwiener@mofo.com
(415) 268-6441

David is an associate in the Litigation Department of Morrison & Foerster's San Francisco office and is a member of the firm’s Securities Litigation, Securities Enforcement, and Investigations + White Collar Defense groups. His practice focuses on the representation of public companies and their officers and directors in securities fraud class actions, shareholder derivative lawsuits, and shareholder demands. David has represented clients across a range of industries including technology, social media, manufacturing, financial services, and healthcare. He has litigated at the civil trial and appellate court levels in federal and state courts throughout California and the Delaware Court of Chancery.

David’s experience includes defending claims arising under:

  • The Securities Act of 1933
  • The Securities Exchange Act of 1934
  • The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
  • The Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act
  • The California Corporations Code
  • The Delaware General Corporation Law

David received his J.D. from the UC Davis School of Law, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and was an articles editor of the UC Davis Law Review. He received the UC Davis Law School Medal for the highest academic achievement in his graduating class, as well as seven Witkin awards for the highest academic achievement in specific subjects. David received his B.A. in political science with honors from UC Santa Barbara.

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