David Springer serves as counsel to companies and financial institutions seeking resolution to their business disputes or responding to cybersecurity incidents. He represents clients in diverse matters including securities litigation, government investigations, cybersecurity incidents, and other complex commercial disputes. Before joining Bracewell, David was a law clerk to Justice Jeff Brown of the Supreme Court of Texas. In law school, he was a member of the Texas Law Review editorial board. Prior to practicing law, David had a career in counterterrorism and intelligence, having served in various roles at the National Counterterrorism Center and the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington and abroad. Those roles included work on matters related to cyber security. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Defense Intelligence Agency Civilian Combat Service Award and the National Counterterrorism Center Director's Award for his outstanding performance while leading a counterterrorism planning effort.