David C. Greer


Professional Experience
Admitted to the practice of Law
The State of Ohio
Joined Bieser 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