Dave is a key contributing writer on asbestos litigation for the firm’s award-winning Asbestos Case Tracker, which has been named to the ABA Journal's prestigious Blawg 100 and the Best Litigation Blog for the last three years by the Expert Institute in its annual legal blog contest. He is also a frequent contributor to Life Science Matters , the firm's blog covering the life sciences and medical device industries.
In 2010, Dave received his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law. During his studies, he assisted a group of attorneys defending New York City and numerous private contractors in the World Trade Center litigation.
•New Jersey Super Lawyers, Rising Star 2017 (Thomson Reuters)
•NJBIZ Highlights Seven New Jersey Attorneys Elevated to Partner
December 20, 2018
•Goldberg Segalla Elevates 37 Attorneys to Partner, Eight to Special Counsel Following Year of Nationwide Growth
December 18, 2018
• Navigating the Food Industry with Personal Jurisdiction in a Post-BMS World, ABA Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Committee Newsletter
•Goldberg Segalla Congratulates 2017 New Jersey Super Lawyers
March 14, 2017
•David E. Rutkowski Joins Goldberg Segalla
May 16, 2016
•Asbestos Case Tracker
• Appellate Roundtable and Summary Judgment Decisions, Perrin New York Asbestos Litigation Conference, New York, NY, December 4, 2018
•Local Chair and Moderator, Toxic Tort Litigation 2017 NYSBA Seminar, New York, NY, June 9, 2017
• Emerging Toxins and How They Have Impacted the Industry (Co-Presenter), Toxic Tort Litigation 2017 NYSBA Seminar, New York, NY, June 9, 2017
• Defending Foodborne Illness Claims (Co-Presenter), Dover, NH, March 21, 2017
•Mentioned in Goldberg Segalla Elevates Seven NJ Attorneys to Partner, NJBIZ, December 20, 2018
• Navigating The Food Industry with Personal Jurisdiction in a Post-BMS World, ABA Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Committee Newsletter, Fall 2017
•New York State Bar Association
•New Jersey State Bar Association
•American Bar Association
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