Dave Torborg has more than 20 years of experience representing clients in high-stakes disputes, focusing on financial disputes, distressed company litigation, health care, corporate and government investigations, and defending claims brought under whistleblower statutes. Dave has represented health care providers, pharmaceutical and consumer products manufacturers, creditor groups and private equity funds, litigation trusts, and political campaigns, among others.
Dave has played leading roles in numerous trials and arbitrations, taken and defended hundreds of depositions, argued numerous dispositive motions, and worked with a wide range of expert witnesses. Recent distressed company engagements include Hot Topic, Nine West, Paragon, Bestwall, Catalina Marketing, General Wireless, Puerto Rico, and Caesars Entertainment Operating Company. Recent health care engagements include representing UPMC in opposing efforts by the Pennsylvania Attorney General to modify and extend a consent decree and assisting Saint Luke's Health System in dissolving a joint venture relating to micro hospitals.
Dave has given presentations on a variety of topics, including the use of experts, liability insurance, conducting depositions and interviews, and managing issues of e-discovery and global data privacy rules. His article, "The Dark Side of the Boom: The Peculiar Dilemma of Government Spoliation in Modern False Claims Act Litigation," was published in the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Journal of Law and Health, Volume 26, Issue 2 (2013).
Dave maintains an active pro bono practice, including efforts to obtain Section 8 housing vouchers for homeless families and increase disability ratings for veterans. He also supervises the Firm's work at the Landlord Tenant Resource Center in Washington, D.C.
Journal of Law and Health, The Dark Side of the Boom: The Peculiar Dilemma of Government Spoliation in Modern False Claims Act Litigation
Ohio State Law Journal, Design Defect Liability and Prescription Drugs: Who's in Charge?
- The Ohio State University (J.D. summa cum laude 1998; Order of the Coif; Notes and Comments Editor, Ohio State Law Journal); Miami University (B.S. in Accounting cum laude 1995)
- Ohio and District of Columbia