David Hille handles disputes on behalf of international clients in cases involving complex contracts, business torts, intellectual property and class actions. He has signiﬁcant international arbitration experience and represents sovereign and other clients in an array of proceedings, including those conducted according to ICDR, UNCITRAL, ICSID, ICC, SIAC and CPR rules.
Notable clients beneﬁting from David's knowledge and experience include national and provincial governments, sovereign wealth funds, ﬁnancial institutions, global pharmaceutical companies, a global consumer electronics company and numerous clients in the oil and gas space. He also has experience in helping high net worth individuals in a variety of sensitive matters. David also sits on the Board of the Legal Aid Society and is actively involved in the Society's work.
David has served in a number of leadership positions at the Firm. He has been head of the Firm's Disputes Section for the Americas and currently serves on the global Partnership Committee, the Firm's eight member, elected governance body.
A global pharmaceutical company in a breach of contract and fraud case in Federal Court
A global renewables company in a breach of contract and fraud case in the Delaware Chancery Court
A group of five Chinese banks in contempt proceedings in Federal Court
A Canadian Province in UNCITRAL arbitration proceedings
A national government in two ICSID arbitration proceedings
A global consumer electronics company in a SIAC arbitration and related U.S. litigation
Sovereign wealth funds in a variety of international disputes
A U.S. financial institution in multiple FINRA arbitrations
A global construction and engineering ﬁrm in a RICO action
A worldwide manufacturer of gas turbines in an ICDR arbitration
An international oil and energy company in securities, ERISA and consumer class actions