Donald's practice areas include construction law and insurance regulation/insolvency. He represents owners and contractors in all facets of construction, including analysis of alternative delivery systems, contract drafting and other services required at the inception of a project, as well as evaluation of and the pursuit or defense of claims and disputes arising out of construction projects. Among his most notable projects are: Lucas Oil Stadium; Conseco Fieldhouse and affiliated projects; expansion to the Indiana Convention Center; Thomson Consumer Electronics North American Headquarters, and Indianapolis Indians' Victory Field. He also provides legal services relative to administrative, regulatory and legal proceedings in the field of insurance, primarily focusing on insurance company acquisitions, holding company transactions and rehabilitation/liquidation proceedings. Donald received his law degree from Indiana University, summa cum laude, in 1980 and his undergraduate degree from Purdue University, with distinction, in 1977. He received admittance to the Indiana Bar in 1980.