David’s role as managing partner and experience in various leadership roles within the firm provide him with a unique perspective on advising business owners, officers, and directors regarding the implementation of strategic plans and best practices for risk management while pursuing business opportunities.
David is a leader in the field of construction law. He has extensive experience in the areas of construction lien law requirements, construction-related insurance claims, claims for extra costs, design-build contracts, and systems integration disputes arising from construction projects. A significant portion of David’s practice is devoted to the drafting of construction-related contracts and contract negotiations. He represents a wide variety of clients, including general contractors, subcontractors, developers, and institutional owners.
David is a skilled litigator with extensive experience serving as first chair in trials and arbitrations in an array of construction-related matters. His ability to simplify complex construction matters for juries, judges, and arbitrators alike make David highly effective in the court room.
A deep understanding of the dispute side of construction law increases David’s ability to serve as effective and proactive project counsel. He understands the need to get deals done as efficiently as possible, while managing risks and avoiding the delays of litigation. When problems arise, David guides clients through the resolution process and zealously advocates on their behalf when necessary.