Attorney David Marden's services include the following:

  • Representing employers in state and federal courts and in arbitrations and mediations before FINRA, JAMS, and AAA on a wide range of issues, including employment contracts, restrictive covenants, misappropriation of confidential information and trade secrets, raiding, promissory notes, partnership disputes, unfair competition, harassment, discrimination, whistleblowing, and retaliation
  • Representing clients in a broad range of commercial litigation matters, including contractual disputes, intellectual property issues, corporate investigations, and class actions and derivative actions
  • Advising prospective hires in the financial services industry on employment issues, including restrictive covenants, employment contracts, and obligations to safeguard confidential business information
  • Regularly representing clients in injunctive proceedings related to trade secret and employment disputes

Prior to joining Epstein Becker Green, David was an attorney at a litigation boutique in New York City. He received the prestigious 2008 Thurgood Marshall Award for Capital Representation from the Association of the Bar of the City of New York's Committee on Capital Punishment. The award recognizes attorneys in the New York area who have contributed their time and legal experience over the last 10 years to represent inmates across the nation who have been sentenced to death.

Focus Areas


  • Association of the Bar of the City of New York's Committee on Capital Punishment, “Thurgood Marshall Award for Capital Representation” (2008)



  • Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2006)
    • Articles Editor, The Georgetown Law Journal
    • Staff Editor, Georgetown Law Journal Annual Review of Criminal Procedure
  • Vanderbilt University (M.B.A., 2002)

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