David William Alexander Chee, Attorney at Law, Carlton Fields

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Listed in Business/Corporate, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Environmental Litigation, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Litigation, Litigation, Patent, Patent Litigation

  • Miami Tower | 100 S.E. Second St., Ste. 4200 Miami, Florida 33131-2113
  • Direct: 305.530.4057 | Fax: 305.530.0055

email: DChee@carltonfields.com

Law School: American University Washington College of Law; University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law

School: Royal Military College

Languages: French, Spanish

David Chee’s practice focuses on business and commercial litigation before state and federal courts, as well as environmental law matters.

David began his legal career practicing intellectual property law, assisting domestic and international clients in developing patent strategies tailored to meet their business objectives. David has substantial experience in a wide range of technologies in the electrical and mechanical arts, and relies on his electrical engineering background to craft legal arguments pertaining to technical and complex subject matter.

David also has experience as a trial lawyer, including nearly 40 jury trials he conducted during his service as an Assistant State Attorney at the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office. There, David was selected as a member of the Economic Crimes Unit where he prosecuted and investigated complex fraud and financial crimes. David argued countless procedural and substantive motions, and conducted and defended depositions of experts and other witnesses. David also prosecuted and investigated numerous high-profile environmental cases in conjunction with state and federal authorities.

David is fluent in French.

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