David C. Larkin is a business & employment attorney in Chandler, Arizona. At David C. Larkin, P.C., we serve employees and small business clients throughout the Phoenix area and the East Valley. Our clients trust our advice on the law, their rights, and the remedies available to them.

Over 30 Years Experience as a Business & Employment Attorney and Former CPA

For our business law clients, we draft contracts to prevent later conflicts, disputes, and litigation. We advise employers on what is permitted under the law to avoid compliance charges later.

For our employment law clients, we have consulted with thousands of employees regarding discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination, reviewed hundreds of employment contracts, noncompetes and severance agreements, and with over 30 years experience, we are able to provide relevant advice efficiently and succinctly.

As a former trial lawyer for over thirty years, I consult with clients to assess their claims and refer them to the proper agency if exhaustion of administrative claims is necessary. If your claim requires a trial lawyer, we will provide appropriate referrals.

Although I am not longer doing trial practice, in recent years, I compiled an enviable record of large-sum awards and settlements, which increases my efficiency and strengthens my advice to small business, my review of potential claims, contracts and disputes for small business and employment clients:

$414,900 jury verdict in a federal court retaliation case — February 2013
$1 million jury verdict in an LLC breach of fiduciary duty dispute — March 2012 (reversed on appeal 3/27/14, remanded for retrial)
$110,000 arbitration award in a sexual harassment case — January 2012
$1 million-plus in two employment-related jury trials (co-counsel)
$160,000+ arbitration decision in shareholder stock valuation buy-out dispute where Company offered former shareholder/officer/employee approximately $75,000 — January 2017.

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