David C. Rohrbach represents and advises businesses and individuals in civil litigation matters, including appeals. He has represented and counseled clients in a range of matters, including cases involving breach of contract, fraud, tortious interference and other business torts, real estate disputes, trust disputes, and employment issues. David regularly appears in courts in Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Litigation can be expensive, time consuming, and stressful. For many, the litigation process is a distraction from what they really want to be doing—growing and managing their businesses or spending time with family and friends and focusing on the things they enjoy. David works closely with clients from the outset to understand their goals and to determine the most efficient and cost-effective way to achieve them.
David grew up in Connecticut. He studied history at Yale and earned his law degree at Harvard. While in law school, David was a member of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, where he represented indigent clients in disability benefits, landlord/tenant, and family law matters.
After law school, David was a litigation associate at Ropes & Gray in Boston and, immediately before joining Rich-Rosenthal in 2016, was a litigation partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman in Washington, DC. He also has taught legal writing and analysis as an Adjunct Professor at American University, Washington College of Law.
Outside work, and besides being with his family, David is happiest on or around a baseball field. He is a coach with Arlington Little League and other youth baseball organizations in Northern Virginia.
District of Columbia
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Professional Memberships and Activities
Alexandria Bar Association
Judicial Screening Committee (Alexandria Bar Association)
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association