Davis Bauer is an Associate Attorney who focuses his practice on general liability litigation, criminal defense, personal injury defense, wrongful death defense, and complex commercial disputes. Davis’s recent results for his clients include:
- Borowsky v. Brooks, Johnson, &; Pate, CV2018-0015307 – assisted in a victorious jury verdict totaling over $20,000,000 following a 13-day trial for successful causes of action for wrongful repossession, breach of peace, forged repossession affidavits, commercially unreasonable sale, conversion, civil conspiracy, aiding and abetting tortious conduct, breach of contract, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing, trespass, assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and malicious prosecution. Jury also found Brooks liable for Civil RICO and determined Brooks had committed the predicate criminal acts of scheme or artifice to defraud, illegal control of an enterprise, theft, money laundering, forgery and trafficking in stolen property.
- State of Arizona v. Borowsky, CR2020-148361 – second chair in criminal preliminary hearing in which Defendant was charged with two felony counts of Kidnapping and Aggravated Assault. Both felonies were subsequently dropped due to lack of probable cause following a five-day preliminary hearing and after both the alleged victim and lead investigating police detective took the stand.
- Doe v. Paradise Valley Unified School District – won reinstatement of a student over a free speech issue
- Mark Brnovich v. Joe Biden, et. al. – represented anonymous employee of the federal government who challenged the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
- Credit Corp. Solutions, Inc. v. Franco, CV2020-015456 – filed suit on behalf of Plaintiff who was claiming a rightful debt owed that totaled well over six-figures. A six-figure settlement occurred with Defendants right after they received service of the lawsuit.
- Olmos v. State of Arizona, et. al. 2:20-cv-00034-GMS-JFM – successfully defended the State against a 42 U.S. Code § 1983 claim by winning at summary judgment
- Maxine Murillo on behalf of Raul Moreno v. State of Arizona, et. al. 2:20-cv-01580-DJH-JZB – successfully defended an individual corrections officer against an 8 th Amendment claim for reckless indifference, case was fully-settled at mediation where the State of Arizona completed a global settlement of the case, and my client received no exposure.
- Boyle v. Dial, CV2021-054467 – successfully defended client in a real estate dispute before any needless, protracted litigation occurred.
- Lowman v. McKay, CV2022-004889 – won Maricopa County election law dispute that was successfully brought, eliminating the Defendant committee chairperson from holding office.
- Vaughn v. Stavros, CV2022-004855, CV2022-004892 – won Maricopa County election law dispute that was successfully brought, eliminating the Defendant committee chairperson from holding office.
- 3Bcommerce v. Del Taco – prevailed on behalf of an independent Internet marketplace against Del Taco for alleged trademark infringement.
- 3Bcommerce v. Hoenisch Holdings, LLC – prevailed on behalf of an independent Internet marketplace against Hoenisch Holdings, LLC for alleged trademark infringement.
- Matter of Beardsley – won monetary compensation on behalf of a Denver-area client in a settlement with a Salt Lake City auto dealer.
- Matter of John Doe – won 5-figure settlement for Texas client after demand was sent over alleged dental malpractice.
- Waite v. Accenture LLP – won 5-figure settlement for Denver-area client over labor dispute.
- Doe v. Broadstone McKinney and Greystar Management Services – 4-figure settlement achieved for McKinney, Texas client.
- Basham v. Merz Pharmaceuticals, LLC – won monetary compensation for Denver-area client over consumer protection dispute.
Davis’s community activities include being a member of the Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, Texas, and Utah bar associations. He has offered up his expertise in expungement filings in Utah pro bono.
Davis received his B.S. from the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, and attended business school there at the Eller College of Management, where he majored in Marketing. Co-founded the UA Campus Pantry, one of the largest student-run non-profit organizations in the country. Was involved in startup businesses with his fraternity brothers, which led him to his passion for small business to this day. Also interned at the U.S. District Court in Tucson in probation and pre-trial services.
He received his J.D. from the University of Kansas Law School, where he contracted with the United States Marine Corps. during his first year of law school. He also achieved a CALI award for Contracts and worked for Legal Services for Students and as an assistant in the University of Kansas School of Business. In his free time, Davis enjoys traveling, playing golf, basketball, and going to Lifetime fitness to do spin and yoga classes.