David represents financial institutions, private lenders, commercial landlords, investors, and developers in a wide range of real estate and financial matters, with a focus on sales and acquisitions, leasing, asset-based lending transactions, and enforcement of contract rights in state and federal courts.
In his business practice, David assists clients with purchasing, selling and leasing commercial real estate and with title matters. He also represents lenders in negotiation and documenting real property and asset-based loan transactions, including title analysis, loan documents, pledge and security agreements, subordination agreements, modifications, and loan workouts.
David has experience representing lenders and landlords in a variety of business and commercial litigation, with a focus on creditors’ rights, including commercial foreclosures and evictions, contract disputes, and insurance disputes. He has extensive experience with loan workouts, distressed asset acquisitions, liquidations, and bankruptcy. He regularly advises financial institutions and lenders on insolvency matters, liquidation of collateral, court-appointed receiverships, as well as loan workouts, business restructuring, deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure, and short sales. His practice also includes representing secured and unsecured lenders, trade creditors, landlords, asset purchasers and other stakeholders in business bankruptcy cases under Chapter 11 and Chapter 7.
Prior to private practice, David clerked for the Honorable Alexander Paskay, Chief Judge Emeritus of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.