David M. Greenwald is a litigation partner with Jenner & Block who has tried cases in federal and state courts, arbitrated cases in the US and Europe, and conducted criminal and civil internal investigations on three continents.

Mr. Greenwald is a co-author of Testimonial Privileges (West 2022) and a co-editor of Protecting Confidential Legal Information: A Handbook for Analyzing Issues Under the Attorney-client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine, (Jenner & Block 2019). Mr. Greenwald is a frequent speaker on topics relating to cross border discovery, privilege, ethics, e-discovery, and insurance and reinsurance.  He is a member of the firm’s Complex Commercial Litigation, Insurance Recovery and Counseling, International Arbitration, and Bankruptcy Practices.

Mr. Greenwald maintains an active pro bono practice.  He has represented indigent criminal defendants, including serving as trial counsel in a death penalty case.  He has also handled a wide variety of other pro bono matters relating to civil rights, parental rights, asylum proceedings, and other matters.  He has provided leadership to a variety of community organizations, including serving for seven years as president of Mwangaza, Inc., a non-profit corporation that supports health-related projects for physically disabled children in Tanzania.  Mr. Greenwald served on the board of the Grant Park Orchestral Association from 2009 to 2013.  He is currently serving on the board of The Few Initiative For Children.  He has been an active member in the American Bar Association’s Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee (ICLC) and the International Bar Association’s Litigation, Insurance, and Arbitration Committees.