PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE :
April 1, 1985 to Present: Private Practice, Law Offices of David M. Zeff.
Counsel and litigation re: partnership dissolutions, unfair competition, trade secrets, antitrust, trademark, trade name and copyright infringement,
trade regulation, class actions, fraudulent tax shelters (IRC 419), real property and condo law, plaintiff and defendant personal
injury, wrongful death, wrongful termination, wrongful eviction, attorney-client fee disputes, attorney malpractice and areas
December 1, 1983 to April 1, 1985: Private Practice,
Wallock & Zeff. Counsel and litigation re: insurance
bad faith, personal injury, wrongful termination, class actions, real property, construction and landlord/tenant. Continued
practice in the areas of antitrust and trade regulation, unfair competition, trade secrets, servicemarks and trademarks, contracts
and commercial litigation.
September 1, 1979 to November 30, 1983:
Founding partner, Froneberger, Bonner & Zeff. Business litigation, antitrust, trade regulation, federal energy
law, tort and contract litigation, corporate, personal injury, landlord/tenant and family law.
June 1978 to August, 1979: Safeway Stores, Incorporated. One of seven attorneys in
the office of the General Counsel. Shared responsibility with Senior Attorney Bernat Rosner (now Retired General Counsel)
in advertising and promotional allowances, antitrust compliance, management of the defense and prosecution of antitrust cases,
class actions, ICC, FTC, Canadian and state trade regulation hearings and compliance, grand jury matters, mergers and acquisitions.
August, 1975 to June, 1978: Boone, Schatzel, Hamrick & Knudsen: Associate in a practice of antitrust,
patent and commercial litigation. Participated in antitrust and lender liability multi-district litigation as co-counsel with
the Alioto firm representing Falstaff Brewing Corporation and Alaska Airlines.
August, 1974 to March, 1976: United
States District Court, District of Minnesota. Court Administrator and Counsel to the Special Master in the Consumer
Antibiotic Antitrust Cases. Assisted Judge Miles W. Lord and Special Master David M. Lebedoff in managing the consumer class
settlement distribution for California, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Kansas. Legal counsel and administrator of the
Court's rebate of more than twenty-eight million dollars to nearly 880,000 consumers in the six states.
OTHER LEGAL EXPERIENCE:
June 1973 to April 1974: California Office of the Attorney General, Antitrust
Division, Graduate Student Assistant. June 1972 to August 1972: State Bar of California. Legislative researcher and analyst. Assistant
on disciplinary proceedings.