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David Rubin


Contact Info

(317) 432–9006


Background

David I. Rubin previously served as a senior attorney in Plunkett Cooney's Indianapolis office who practices in the areas of insurance coverage, appellate law, automotive retail law, commercial litigation, corporate formation and governance, and tax controversies.

Mr. Rubin's experience in insurance coverage litigation includes a variety of claims such as declaratory judgment/bad faith litigation, construction defects, commercial general liability, errors and omissions liability, reinsurance, priority of coverage, policy rescission and reformation, and other issues pertaining to the interpretation and enforcement of insurance policies.

Mr. Rubin has served as primary or amicus curiae counsel in over 60 appeals in Indiana and other jurisdictions on issues including insurance coverage, automotive retail, tax, tort, and business law.

Mr. Rubin has represented automobile dealers in litigation in state and federal courts, as well as mediations and arbitrations, involving consumers, manufacturers, finance companies, and vendors. He also provides representation and guidance to automobile dealers and has spoken at workshops on issues including regulatory compliance, tax, insurance, vendor/supplier agreements, manufacturer/franchise relations, and corporate management.

Mr. Rubin is a past chair of the Indiana State Bar Association’s Taxation Section, and he has represented individual and corporate taxpayers in administrative proceedings before the Internal Revenue Service and the Indiana Department of Revenue. He has also represented clients in tax litigation before the Indiana Tax Court, the US Tax Court, and the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

In addition, Mr. Rubin represents closely held businesses and advises business owners on issues of corporate formation and entity selection, corporate recordkeeping and filing requirements, and general business issues, including negotiation and preparation of vendor/contractor agreements.