David McGill is an expert in litigation pertaining to financial, technology and intellectual property disputes. He is frequently retained by top companies as lead counsel in high-stakes disputes and arbitration.
His practice encompasses a range of regulatory matters, such as investigations into market manipulation and misconduct. Furthermore, he is an experienced advocate in defending clients against whistleblower claims and government enforcement actions.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood is considered to be one of the most crucial periods in a child’s development. These years are when they develop their brains and learn through play.
Education is paramount for the growth and development of a child during this period. It has the potential to have an enormous effect on their overall well-being, as well as shape their future prospects.
Early childhood education (ECE) is an educational program that aims to teach young children from birth to five about life skills and concepts. These initiatives may consist of both formal and informal instruction with the purpose of helping kids grow and develop during this formative stage in their development.
Aside from play-based learning, early education also emphasizes social and emotional readiness for kindergarten. Programs like these can give kids the best start in life. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 emphasizes the significance of ECE, calling on countries to promote quality early childhood care and education.
David has extensive engineering experience, having begun as an intern and progressed through the ranks to become a senior project manager.
He has also been a partner in an entrepreneurial endeavor, and his efforts have proven fruitful.
McGill has been a faculty member at Azusa Pacific University since 2018, serving as Faculty Fellow in the Office of Innovative Teaching and Technology as well as Adobe Campus Leader for APU.
In addition to his academic pursuits, he has also been working in the area of sports law. He represents companies involved in disputes involving intellectual property rights, licensing issues, unfair competition and employee/insider misconduct cases. Furthermore, he was involved with investigations by both CFTC and DOJ into allegations of market manipulation, fraudulent trading practices and other violations.
Achievement and Honors
Dave McGill is an esteemed leader in the genetic sciences field. He serves as a mentor to many young scientists and has received numerous honorary awards for his research and contributions to society.
Over his career, Dave has mentored more than 100 medical, PhD and M.D.-PhD students – the majority of whom have gone on to academic positions around the world.
He serves as a board member of both the American Society for Human Genetics and International Society of Hybridization. To date, he has published 390 peer-reviewed articles and coedited or written eight major books.
McGill was honored with the Morty Yalovsky Lifetime Achievement Award for Academic Leadership in recognition of their lifelong dedication to leadership and service. This award recognizes retired or current tenure-stream academic staff or full-time ranked contract faculty who have furthered McGill’s Mission and Principles through administrative leadership roles (e.g., dean, chair, director, associate or assistant dean and heads of other McGill initiatives).
Dave McGill is an esteemed litigator and expert in high-stakes disputes. He represents industry leaders in complex legal and regulatory cases.
His practice often involves whistleblower and government enforcement actions, as well as providing clients with advice on complex business transactions. A member of the American Bar Association, he is a frequent guest lecturer at law schools.
David’s family immigrated to America during the late 1800s when he was still a young child, settling in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Dave Hester is a self-made millionaire who made his fortune through auctions and reselling items. He began with Rags To Riches shop, then opened another consignment gallery.
He later earned the nickname The Mogul after becoming a licensed auctioneer and appearing on reality TV show Storage Wars, where he helped people sell their items at a profit.
He has made a fortune through his music career. His albums have sold millions of copies, earning him multiple awards such as four Grammys and 17 Junos. Furthermore, he was awarded with the Order of British Columbia for services to Canadian culture.