David Schick is widely recognized for excellence in white-collar criminal defense. His expertise is grounded in his nine years as a state and federal prosecutor. He served as an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas before heading the Economic Crime Unit as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Northern District of Texas. As an assistant district attorney in Dallas County, Texas, Mr. Schick literally tried hundreds of cases to jury trial verdict including misdemeanors, felonies and capital cases. A number of these cases involved the prosecution of corporate executives and employees for a range of crimes including theft, fraud and state securities violations. As an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, Mr. Schick successfully prosecuted corporations, large and small, corporate executives, employees, and entrepreneurs for a wide range of business fraud charges including conspiracy, bank fraud, real estate fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, tax fraud, tax evasion and securities fraud. This state and federal prosecution experience affords Mr. Schick unique insight in his clients’ cases. He has a thorough grasp of the complex laws involved in white-collar crimes; and he understands the strategies used by prosecutors. He has been frequently recognized by his peers as a Texas Super Lawyer in the area of white collar criminal defense.
Mr. Schick represents both corporations and individuals in an array of white-collar matters, qui tam actions, business transactions involving allegations of fraud and federal investigations.