David Bender is a sole practitioner with extensive Intellectual Privacy, Information Technology, and Intellectual Property litigation, counseling, and transactional experience. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston Law Center, where he teaches Privacy Law. In 1985 he was a founder of the IP practice at White & Case, and later served as global head of the firm's privacy practice.
Mr. Bender served in-house at AT&T from 1975 - 1985, during the latter half of which he was responsible for all IP litigation brought by or against any Bell System company. Before that, he spent five years engaged in antitrust litigation. And before turning to the law, he served as an engineer with the Ford Motor Company's aerospace division and as a mathematician with Hughes Aircraft.
New York; US Patent and Trademark Office
Bender on Privacy and Data Protection (LexisNexis 2012); Computer Law (LexisNexis) published in 1978 and presently in Release #61 (6 loose-leaf volumes); over 100 articles in law reviews and conference proceedings.
- International Association of Privacy Professionals
- International Technology Law Association (President, 1999-2000)
- Association of the Bar of the City of New York
- New York City Metro Super Lawyer in Information Technology (2006 -- 2011).
- One of the 25 best lawyers in the Westchester Co. Area (2009 - 2011)
- S.J.D. (Dissertation: Computer Evidence and Procedure), George Washington University
- LL.M. in Patent Law, George Washington University, Research Fellow to Professor Irving Kayton
- LL.B., University of Pennsylvania
- Sc.B. in Applied Mathematics, Brown University