David L. Herman
David L. Herman joined Rosner, Barry & Babbitt LLP in 2015 after over a dozen years of wide-ranging practice including criminal defense in Fresno, service as a deputy county counsel in Madera County, California, and as a deputy city attorney for the City of San Diego, representing plaintiffs at a personal-injury firm in San Diego, and business litigation in La Mesa.
Mr. Herman’s trial and appellate cases have included personal injury, wrongful death, civil rights, land use and zoning, open government, labor and employment law, securities fraud, legal malpractice, trade secrets, breach of contract, and elder abuse. He also has substantial transactional experience in real estate and land use, has advised various public boards and commissions, has taught seminars on the California Public Records Act and Ralph M. Brown Act, and published a guide on public assessment and fees that has been used by public agencies throughout California.
At Rosner, Barry & Babbitt, Mr. Herman is responsible for a wide-ranging variety of cases including lemon law, auto fraud, and consumer class-action litigation.
A member of the California Bar since 2001, Mr. Herman received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, San Diego in 1997 and his law degree from the University of California, Davis in 2001, where he was co-editor-in-chief of Environs, the UC Davis environmental law journal, and earned the Witkin Award for the highest score in Evidence.
Mr. Herman has written several articles that have been published in various law reviews and journals, and received the Wiley W. Manuel Award from the State Bar of California for his pro bono legal services.
Mr. Herman is a member of NACA and is admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit and the Southern, Central, and Eastern Districts of California.
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