In his 40 years of experience, David has cultivated conceptual clarity in analyzing complex issues, precision and comprehensibility in drafting, a reasonable and constructive approach to negotiations, ingenuity in surmounting obstacles, and efficiency in getting deals done. David strives to understand and adjust to each client’s industry-specific objectives in the context of its particular operating environment.

David concentrates his practice on structuring, negotiating, documenting and implementing a variety of complex transactions, including real estate acquisition, development, leasing, secured and unsecured financing, and loan work-outs, as well as related corporate matters. His practice has also encompassed planning for business separations and the formation of successor businesses, including the transition of individual attorneys or practice groups from established law firms to independent practices. David's practice is informed by his early training and experience in litigation, and he continues to be involved in the formulation and evaluation of litigation strategy, legal theories, and settlements.



  • State of Illinois


  • Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 1982
  • Loyola University Chicago, M.A., 1979
  • Loyola University Chicago, B.A., summa cum laude, 1977




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