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David E. Fialkow

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David Fialkow is a partner in the firm’s Boston office. He focuses his practice in commercial litigation, consumer finance litigation, class actions, and appellate advocacy.

Mr. Fialkow represents consumer financial services providers in litigation, class actions, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings involving state and federal laws governing lending, mortgage origination, loan servicing, auto loans, debt collection, credit reporting, unfair and deceptive practices, and other consumer financial laws. He also regularly handles state and federal appeals of those cases. To complement his litigation experience, Mr. Fialkow advises consumer financial services providers on compliance with state and federal laws and regulations governing consumer financial products and services. He also advises and represents clients in title disputes.

In addition to his work in the financial services sector, Mr. Fialkow regularly represents businesses and individuals in all stages of commercial disputes. Mr. Fialkow has represented small and large corporations in litigation and arbitrations involving intellectual property, antitrust, unfair competition, contract, fiduciary duty, employment, and other matters.

Through his pro bono efforts, Mr. Fialkow has represented students in special education matters and has acted as counsel to a non-profit religious organization.

Professional Background

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Mr. Fialkow was a partner at a national law firm.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • ABA (American Bar Association)
  • DRI (Defense Research Institute)
  • IADC Trial Academy Alumni (International Association of Defense Counsel Trial Academy)
  • Temple Beth Am, Framingham, MA – Board of Trustees

Additional Information

  • ABA Business Law Section’s Review of Developments in Business and Corporate Litigation (Chapters on Class Actions, 2010-2014)
  • “The Trend Toward Using The Risk-Utility Test,” Law360, 2010
  • “The Media's First Amendment Rights and The Rape Victim's Right to Privacy: Where Does One Right End and The Other Begin?," 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 745, 2006