David A. Temeles, Jr.
David A. Temeles, Jr.

(574) 968 0760
dtemeles@lck-law.com

Dave has been representing individuals and emerging businesses in private practice since 1993, working in two international Am Law 100 firms, as well as small to mid-size firms. He also has served as inside General Counsel to two government contractors and a commercial software company.

Dave handles transactions and litigation in a broad range of intellectual property, government contracts and grants, M&A, corporate, and income and estate matters. He frequently serves as general counsel to his clients, guiding them through all phases of the business life-cycle to develop customized launch, funding, expansion and exit plans that meet each client’s unique experience and goals.

For example, he negotiated the sale of a $100M government contractor to a publicly traded corporation, structuring the transaction in a manner that saved his clients over one million dollars in taxes. He also has litigated extensively in state and federal courts, helping clients secure settlements as high as $30M and judgments or jury awards in excess of $1.1M.

Admitted to Practice In

  • Virginia Supreme and State Courts
  • Court of Federal Claims
  • United States Tax Court
  • United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • USDC for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • USDC for the Western District of Virginia

Education

  • J.D. Washington & Lee University Law School (magna cum laude, Order of the Coif)
  • B.S. Business Administration (Concentration in Accounting), University of Notre Dame

Of Note:

  • Dave has served as an instructor for the Intellectual Property Section of the DC Bar, teaching courses on a variety of software licensing and intellectual property matters.
  • He has served as a panelist on numerous other seminars and presentations and is a co-author of “Damages under the Virginia Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act: Blue Line v. Redmon Group,” The Journal of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Volume 21, Number 3, P. 15 (2009).