David’s is the true story of the American dream. He and his family fled the former Soviet Union to escape the persecution they endured at the hands of the oppressive communist regime. As newly arrived immigrants, David’s parents worked hard to put food on the table. It was then, at an early age, that David learned the value of hard work and the meaning of sacrifice. It was also there, at the family dinner table, that David learned about the gross injustices of the Soviet system and the corruptible nature of large, powerful organizations. He was taught that the rule of law, applied evenly to all people by a jury of fellow individuals, is the great equalizer in any society. The law, as David discovered early on, is the one thing that puts us all on a level playing field with the proverbial Goliath.