David C. Greer


Yale Law School
LL.B Cum Laude
Order of the Coif
Editor of Yale Law Journal
Yale University
Bachelor of Arts -- Summa Cum Laude -- Phi Beta Kappa
  • Mediator, Arbitrator and counsel in Defense of Legal Malpractice cases and Representation of Respondents in Disciplinary Counsel.
  • Primary areas of practice include business disputes, civil and criminal litigation and alternative dispute resolution as well as Mediator in Civil Disputes.
  • Represents lawyers, judges and law firms in malpractice claims and disciplinary cases.
  • Defended hundreds of medical and other professional negligence cases
  • Represented plaintiffs and defendants in case involving business and commercial disputes, product liability, personal injury, patent and intellectual property
  • Represented the Dayton Board of Education in its marathon desegregation litigation which involved two separate oral arguments before the United States Supreme Court
  • Assisted Mead Data Central in copyright litigation arising out of the Westlaw-Lexis dispute
  • Court examiner in Baldwin United Bankruptcy
  • Served as defense attorney in numerous criminal trials

Professional Activities
  • • Best Lawyers Bet-the-Company Litigator of the Year 2009, 2010, 2014
  • • Listed in Ohio Super Lawyers
  • • Rated No.1 in Ohio Super Lawyers 2004, 2005
  • • Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers since 1979; Member of the Ohio State Committee and Ohio
  • • State Committee Chair 1988-89
  • • Fellow, Ohio State Bar Foundation
  • • Listed in Best Lawyers in America in categories of personal injury and business litigation
  • • Dayton Business Journal "Best of the Bar 2004", and "Best of the Bar 2005"
  • • Life member of the Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference
  • • Ohio State Bar Association
  • • Dayton Bar Association (President 1981-82)
  • • Participant in various CLE programs including 1990 University of Michigan Advocacy Institute
Community Activities
  • • Former Trustee, The Human Race Theatre Company
  • • Trustee, Dayton Law Library (past President)
  • • Former Trustee, Ohio Historical Foundation
  • • Former Trustee, Dayton and Montgomery County Public Library 1991 to 2002 (President 1998-2002)
  • • Former Trustee, United Way of the Dayton Area (President 1980-81)
  • • Former Trustee, Dayton Chapter of the American Red Cross
  • • Former Trustee, International Association of Jazz Record Collectors (President 1982-83)
  • • Former Trustee, Fretted Instrument Guild of America (Vice President 1988-90, President 1990-92)
  • • Leader (banjo, guitar, vocals), Classic Jazz Stompers since 1981


Amber Alegria - Paralegal



Jennie L. Ladd - Secretary