David H. Goldberger
David H. Goldberger

David H. Goldberger is an associate in Scott+Scott's San Diego office.  Currently, Mr. Goldberger's practice is focused on antitrust litigation, initial case investigations, and other special projects.

Representative actions include Kleen Products LLC v. Packaging Corporation of America, No. 10-cv-5711 (N.D. Ill.), an action challenging price-fixing in the containerboard industry, and In re Lithium Ion Batteries Antitrust Litig., No. 13-md-2420 (N.D. Cal.), an action challenging price-fixing of Li-Ion batteries.  Mr. Goldberger has also worked on antitrust cases involving delayed generic drug entry, such as Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. Warner Chilcott Public Ltd. Co., No. 12-cv-3824 (E.D. Pa.) ($8 million settlement) and In re Prograf Antitrust Litig., No. 1:11-md-02242 (D. Mass.).

Previously, Mr. Goldberger was active in Scott+Scott's securities fraud and ERISA practice, including In re: Securities Litigation, 03-cv-1884 (D. Conn.) ($80 million settlement), Alaska Electrical Pension Fund v. Pharmacia Corporation, No. 03-1519 (D.N.J.) ($164 million settlement), and In re: General Motors ERISA Litigation, No. 05-71085 (E.D. Mich.) (resulting in significant enhancements to retirement plan administration in addition to $37.5 million settlement for plan participants).

Mr. Goldberger was also a member of Scott+Scott's institutional investor relations staff, providing the Firm's many institutional clients with assistance in various matters pertaining to their involvement in complex civil litigations.

Mr. Goldberger is also a frequent contributing author to Market+Litigation, Scott+Scott's monthly client newsletter.

Mr. Goldberger graduated from the University of Colorado (B.A., 1999) and California Western School of Law (J.D., 2002).  Mr. Goldberger is admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of the State of California and in all California United States District Courts.

A San Diego native, Mr. Goldberger was a founding member of the Torrey Pines High School "Friends of the Library" and coaches youth sports in his spare time.