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David Feeder

Senior Associate Attorney - Civil Litigation Centennial
david feeder senior associate attorney
david feeder senior associate attorney

David is an experienced litigator and trial attorney based in our Centennial office. He has been representing individuals and businesses in commercial disputes, litigation, and arbitrations for over two and a half decades.

David grew up in Loveland, Colorado and attended the University of Denver on a Boettcher Foundation Scholarship, where he received a degree in Finance/Real Estate from the Daniels College of Business. After college he clerked for a year with a large national law firm in Minneapolis, assisting with preparation of claims by fishermen in Alaska related to the Exxon Valdez oil spill – the litigation that resulted in a $5 billion punitive damages jury award against Exxon (that was ultimately significantly reduced by the U.S. Supreme Court). David then attended and received his J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School.

In lawschool he was a director of the competitive International Moot Court, and also a member of the prestigious Minnesota Law Review, which selected the Comment he wrote for publication. After law school, David began practicing in Kansas City with large national law firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon, where he focused on pharmaceutical products liability litigation. He made his way back to Colorado several years later and has practiced here continuously since then.

The majority of David’s legal career has been focused on complex commercial litigation, and he has honed his skills practicing with international (Dorsey & Whitney, and Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani) and local (Messner & Reeves, and Cantafio & Song) law firms. He is a relentless advocate and seasoned trial attorney, with extensive first chair experience in civil trials, arbitrations, and appeals.

When he is not in a court room, David and his wife, Gail, spend as much time as they can enjoying Colorado, attending sporting events and concerts, and trying to keep up with their three adult children’s adventures across the country. They have been long-time and enthusiastic celebrants of Groundhog Day, their second favorite holiday. David also tries to umpire as much youth/high school baseball as his schedule will allow, and he tries to bring the same intensity and focus to his strike zone that he does to his cross-examinations. He is also a die-hard Broncos, Avalanche and Nuggets fan, but he has disavowed the Rockies.