David Moser is passionate about public service and people. As an associate at Isaac Wiles, his practice focuses on representing clients in the public sector. David handles misdemeanor prosecutions as an assistant prosecutor for several localities. Outside the courtroom, he regularly assists government entities with employment disputes, day-to-day legal advice, and civil litigation. His experience with contract drafting, public bidding, construction projects, labor and employment matters and litigation allow him to fully understand and meet the needs of his municipal clients.
David is no stranger to the courtroom, or to Delaware County, Ohio. As a former assistant prosecutor at both county and city levels in Delaware, he represented numerous local government entities and conducted several jury trials on behalf of the State of Ohio in misdemeanor cases, ranging from charges of OVI and petty theft to domestic violence and assault. David most recently served as an Assistant City Attorney for Delaware on contract matters, real estate/zoning issues, economic development, income tax collections and public works matters.
Throughout law school and while earning his Bachelor’s degree, David was recognized for his leadership abilities. David served as Student Body President and graduated summa cum laude from Baldwin Wallace University. At Capital University Law School, he received his J.D., summa cum laude, Order of the Curia, and received the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Leadership.