David Wills is an Associate in Scheef & Stone’s Litigation section. His practice focuses on litigating the breach of high-stakes business contracts and representing companies in employment disputes. David’s practice includes every stage of litigation, including drafting contracts and notices to avoid litigation and meet the client’s business needs, counseling clients on regulatory compliance, attaining a favorable settlement, or zealously advocating for his clients in mediation, arbitration, or a court of law.
- Contributed to representation of Google in antitrust investigation led by U.S. Department of Justice and the Texas Office of Attorney General by researching antitrust law and civil procedure, and reviewing testimony from a congressional hearing.
Researched California contract law and helped draft a complaint to claim over one million dollars due to a client under a business contract.
Disputed tax assessments from taxing agencies in various states to preserve assets which belong to the victims of a fraud perpetrated by the tax-paying entity.
Drafted a complaint to against a party who failed to pay back a client’s loan.
Drafted an executive change in control severance agreement.
Counseled business to help ensure that an anticipated frivolous claim under the Family Medical Leave Act would be without merit.
Counseled business to attain compliance with the overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Investigated defamatory claims published on social media, submitted takedown requests to social media platforms, and prepared materials for litigation.
- Contrasted sweepstakes laws with contests laws in all 50 states for a client in the direct sales industry.
- Member, Dallas Bar Association
- Member, Harvard School of Law Alumni Association
- Juris Doctor, Harvard School of Law 2021
- Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, International Studies, University of Arizona, 2012
- Employment Litigation
- Oil and Gas Litigation
- Securities Litigation & Arbitration
- Direct Sales & Regulatory Matters
- State and Federal Appeals
- Banking Litigation & Foreclosures
- Construction Litigation
- Contract Drafting and Negotiation
- Joint Ventures & Partnerships
- Shareholder Disputes
- Venture Capital Transactions
- Government Enforcement Receiverships
- State Bar of Texas, 2021