David concentrates his practice in commercial real estate, nonprofit law, and general business matters.
He represents clients in all aspects of complex commercial real estate transactions, including acquisition, disposition, development, and construction of real estate projects, structuring, refinancing, and workouts of debt and credit facilities, workouts of distressed assets, and all types of leasing, including headquarters leases, industrial and flex space leases, long-term ground leases, telecommunication operations site leases and licenses, and leases involving substantial construction components. David also provides counsel to entities engaged in corporate transactions such as mergers, asset sales, or stock sales in which owned or leased real estate comprises some of the underlying assets. David has significant experience representing clients in public-private real estate transactions and real estate transactions otherwise involving substantial public engagement or financing.
David also represents nonprofit organizations with respect to formation, organization, reorganization, corporate governance, director and officer guidance, contracts, transactions, risk management, asset protection, organizational efficiency, financial controls, legal controls, in-kind donation policies, UBTI issues, cause-related marketing, UPMIFA compliance, fundraising structure and compliance, structuring “Friends Of” organizations to comply with federal tax law, social media policies, employment guidelines and policies, and general counsel functions.
David's practice extends to representing clients in general business matters such as entity formation, negotiation of limited liability company, and similar agreements for a variety of real estate and business endeavors, contracts, and license agreements on a wide variety of subject matters, and dealings with regulatory agencies.
David earned his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland.