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Gibbs & Bruns LLP Offices
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002
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Mr David Sheeren
Associate, Gibbs & Bruns LLP
David Sheeren focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation.
David is a member of the Gibbs & Bruns team that has recovered over $16 billion for investors in Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS).
Prior to law school, David worked in the securities and finance practice of NERA Economic Consulting.
David was profiled in Texas Lawyer’s “Lawyers on the Rise,” 2017, and has been recommended by Legal 500 US in Securities Litigation: Plaintiff, 2015-2019. He was named a “Texas Rising Star” in Thomson Reuters’ :Texas Super Lawyers,” 2017-2019
Harvard Law School, J.D., 2011 Program on International Financial Systems Prize, 2010 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Executive Editor University of Pennsylvania, B.A., summa cum laude, 2006
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Gibbs & Bruns LLP is a boutique litigation firm of 33 lawyers based in Houston, Texas, that exclusively handles high-stakes business and commercial litigation. The firm handles both plaintiff and defense work, but it is its work for plaintiffs in cases involving residential mortgage-backed securities that has established it as a prominent force in securities litigation. Its recovery of $8.5bn from Countrywide in an RMBS case still stands out as one of the most significant pieces of litigation to arise from the global financial crisis. The practice is led by outstanding litigator Kathy Patrick, commercial and securities litigation partner Scott Humphries and up-and-coming partner David Sheeren, who played a key role in the firm’s successes in RMBS cases. PIMCO, Blackrock and Goldman Sachs Asset Management are among their key clients.
- Next Generation Partners - United States > Dispute resolution > Securities litigation: plaintiff
- Securities litigation: plaintiff - United States > Dispute resolution
Top Tier Firm Rankings
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