V. David Rivkin Joins Wuersch & Gering

May 1, 2017

V. David Rivkin Joins Wuersch & Gering

New York, N.Y. — Wuersch & Gering is pleased to welcome our new partner, V. David Rivkin, who joined the leadership of the firm’s Litigation and Arbitration practice. Mr. Rivkin brings with him nearly two decades of cross-border litigation, arbitration and business counselling experience, together with a strong intellectual property background.

Prior to joining Wuersch & Gering, Mr. Rivkin was a partner in the New York office of Carlton Fields, a national litigation firm, and at Fox Horan & Camerini, a New York firm with a prominent international practice where he served on the firm’s management committee. Mr. Rivkin holds a J.D. from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and B.A. in political science from the University of Arizona.Mr. Rivkin is conversant in Russian.

Much of Mr. Rivkin’s work involves representing clients from around the globe, with an emphasis on Latin America and Europe. He maintains extensive contacts with business executives and attorneys worldwide, and is well-attuned to the differences in custom, culture, sensibilities, and legal systems that may impact the representation of non-U.S. clients. In addition to his commercial litigation and arbitration practice, Mr. Rivkin enjoys acting as outside general counsel and advisor for a variety of business enterprises in intellectual property, licensing, corporate governance, employment, investment financing, and other day-to-day business and transactional matters.

“David’s international pedigree, experience and relationships, particularly in Latin America and Europe, make him the ideal person to further grow our firm’s litigation and arbitration practice, and to service the needs of our existing clients. We are delighted to have David join our firm,” said Daniel A. Wuersch, the firm’s co-founder.

V. David Rivkin:          david.rivkin@wg-law.com | (212) 509-4716
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