Areas of Emphasis and Related Experience. David's practice focuses on urban development law, local government regulation, public finance, and federal income taxation. David serves as general counsel and bond counsel to various special purpose local governments that provide for the financing and construction of water, sewer, drainage, and other development infrastructure. In these capacities, David represents his clients in public law matters, contract negotiations and preparation, the administration of public meetings and public records, and regulatory compliance. David also works with private developers to structure development agreements with cities and other local government entities for public participation in commercial, residential and mixed-use developments.
Education and Professional Background. Louisiana State University (B.S., 1995, J.D. 1998); Beta Alpha Psi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M. in taxation, with honors distinction, 1999); Attorney-Advisor, Honorable D. Irvin Couvillion, United States Tax Court (1999-2000).
Member. State Bar of Texas; Louisiana State Bar Association; Houston Bar Association; American Bar Association; National Association of Bond Lawyers; Also admitted to practice in Louisiana.