National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Los Angeles


JD, Loyola Law School of Los Angeles 1995

University of California, Los Angeles
B.A Political Science 1991



United States District Court, Central District of California

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit 

United States District Court, Southern District of California

David G. Halm

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David Halm is an experienced trial lawyer. He has practiced law in California State and Federal Courts for more than 23 years. David has successfully represented Fortune 100, medium and small companies and individuals in 28 trials, arbitrations and appeals and has provided outside general counsel services in personal injury, business, real estate, contract and employment matters. David’s practice areas have included retail litigation, premises liability, civil rights, catastrophic personal injury, products liability, toxic torts, employment, contracts, leases, unlawful detainer, real property, personal property, complex business disputes, fiduciary duties, trade secrets, trademark, unfair competition, corporate, partnership and limited liability company disputes, and manufacturer, distributor and sales representative disputes.

David is a member of and has served on governing boards of several legal and professional organizations including the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Los Angeles and Japanese American Bar Association of Greater Los Angeles. He was named as a finalist by the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Asian Business Awards. David’s published articles include: The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be – Semiconductor Manufacturer May Be Liable for Employee’s Future Child’s Birth Defects. CMTA Services – CompCheck Newsletter – May, 2014; and You’ve Been Served: Potential Liability for Companies Suing Anonymous Bloggers and Subpoenaing their Identities. CMCP – E-Newsletter – May/June, 2009

David graduated from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 1995 and the University of California at Los Angeles in 1991.