David Bederman

David Bederman

David Bederman is an associate attorney specializing in civil litigation of matters ranging from business litigation to insurance bad faith and intellectual property enforcement. David also works in the areas of civil rights and catastrophic personal injury. From the inception of his legal career, David has dedicated his efforts to writing, opposing, and arguing motions in federal and state courts, with a particular focus on opposing dispositive motions that can potentially dismiss an entire case before his clients have had their day in court.

David joined ACTS in February 2017. During the years 2012 to 2014, David honed his skills at a major asbestos litigation firm’s Los Angeles office, where he specialized in litigating on behalf of plaintiffs suffering from mesothelioma, the asbestos-related cancer. From 2014 through early 2016, David worked at a plaintiff-side firm in San Francisco, where he developed a working knowledge of defective pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. In 2016, David returned to Los Angeles to join a multi-office insurance defense firm, where he served on a team dedicated to briefing and arguing motions before joining ACTS.

David graduated Order of the Coif from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles in 2012. While in law school, David served as a Senior Technical Editor of the Loyola Law Review, and a judicial extern for the Hon. Gary Allen Feess of the United States District Court for the Central District of California. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies and Psychology from Northwestern University.

David speaks Spanish and Japanese, and has lived with host families in both Spain and Japan.

Areas of Practice 

    • Business litigation
    • Insurance bad faith
    • Intellectual property enforcement
    • Civil rights
    • Catastrophic personal injury


    • Loyola Law School
        • Order of the Coif, 2012
    • Northwestern University
        • B.A.- International Studies and Psychology


    • Spanish
    • Japanese