David Welder is an attorney with a construction background who focuses on civil litigation. His main emphasis is construction law, primarily defending design professionals in complex construction matters all across the country. However,he has practiced in all areas of construction law. His practice also includes representing developers,contractors and suppliers, businesses related to complex business disputes,government contracts, commercial litigation, mechanic’s liens, bond issues,personal injury and other matters.
David graduated cum laude from Central Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in 2006. He graduated cum laude from Washburn University School of Law in 2009.
While in law school, David wrote for the Washburn Law Journal. Additionally, David interned at the United States Attorney’s Office and for Federal District Court Judge Carlos Murguia.
Following law school, David began working at a large downtown Kansas City, Missouri law firm representing individuals and business entities involving contract disputes, construction issues, misrepresentation, negligence, worker’s compensation, insurance disputes, and other various torts. David joined the firm in June of 2010.
B.S. Central Missouri State University, cum laude 2006
J.D. Washburn University School of Law, cum laude 2009
Trials: BRW Construction, LLC v. Prairie Tree, LLC (obtained complete defense verdict)