David Frohlichstein focuses his practice on toxic tort cases, a variety of insurance matters, and class action litigation. His experience includes working on major asbestos cases as well as complex, state-federal herbicide class actions. He is experienced in the development and use of litigation databases and document management programs, the review/synthesis/distillation of scientific studies related to toxic tort/products liability/personal injury litigation, crafting strategies for depositions of adverse witnesses, and providing counseling and insight to clients to help them understand their role in how their case-specific strategy will play out through the litigation process. David is adept at humanizing the administrative, legislative, and judicial processes for clients and their officers and employees. He is a regular contributor to Goldberg Segalla’s Sports and Entertainment Law Insider blog. 

Prior to joining the firm, David worked as a Congressional Intern at the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., researching various topics and events related to pending and proposed legislation. He brings hands-on Washington experience and expertise to the firm’s regulatory and policy-making practice.

David also served as a Legal Intern at the St. Louis County, Missouri, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, where he handled preliminary hearings in felony cases, prosecuted numerous cases, and assisted other prosecutors in preparing for felony trials. He has also defended numerous clients in various criminal matters while in private practice.

Community Involvement
  • St. Louis Sports Commission
Admitted to Practice
  • Missouri
  • Illinois
  • University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, J.D., 2009
  • Tulane University, B.S., 2006