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David Heck is a commercial litigator with an emphasis on intellectual property and antitrust matters. He has experience across all phases of the legal process…

David Heck is a commercial litigator with an emphasis on intellectual property and antitrust matters. He has experience across all phases of the legal process, from advisory matters to trial, and has represented clients from various industries, including consumer product manufacturers, private equity firms, medical supply companies, and sports and entertainment entities. In particular, David has handled false advertising cases for both plaintiffs and defendants; trademark infringement claims; antitrust prosecutions and class actions; breach of contract claims; employment disputes; and securities litigations and investigations.

David also maintains an active pro bono practice and has been awarded Proskauer’s Golden Gavel award for excellence in pro bono work. He frequently represents military veterans in matters with the Department of Veterans Affairs and has served clients in a broad range of immigration matters.

Prior to law school, David worked as an editorial producer for MLB Advanced Media.

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Shareholder rights plans, commonly known as “poison pills,” are arrangements that can be used by companies to stave off hostile takeovers or activist investors seeking to exert control over a company without paying a control premium. A typical rights plan, if triggered, would allow all shareholders except the triggering person to purchase additional shares in the company at a substantial discount. The resulting share dilution makes it significantly more expensive for the triggering person to purchase a controlling stake in the company. Because of this, it is extremely rare for a rights plan to be triggered; instead, rights plans can…

About

David Heck is a commercial litigator with an emphasis on intellectual property and antitrust matters. He has experience across all phases of the legal process…

David Heck is a commercial litigator with an emphasis on intellectual property and antitrust matters. He has experience across all phases of the legal process, from advisory matters to trial, and has represented clients from various industries, including consumer product manufacturers, private equity firms, medical supply companies, and sports and entertainment entities. In particular, David has handled false advertising cases for both plaintiffs and defendants; trademark infringement claims; antitrust prosecutions and class actions; breach of contract claims; employment disputes; and securities litigations and investigations.

David also maintains an active pro bono practice and has been awarded Proskauer’s Golden Gavel award for excellence in pro bono work. He frequently represents military veterans in matters with the Department of Veterans Affairs and has served clients in a broad range of immigration matters.

Prior to law school, David worked as an editorial producer for MLB Advanced Media.