David’s practice is focused primarily in the area of construction law. His clients include developers, general contractors, subtrades, and suppliers. David acts as legal counsel in all aspects of the construction industry, from litigating and advising on tender, builders lien and contract disputes to construction-related solicitor work, including construction contracts, tender packages, and easement agreements. David has taught legal courses to both aspiring architects and aspiring lawyers, he lectures frequently at events for the construction industry and the legal profession, and he is a contributing author of the British Columbia Builders Lien Practice Manual.
Education and Bar Admission
- B.A., Class 1, University of British Columbia, 2000
- LL.B, University of British Columbia, 2006
- Called to the Bar: British Columbia, 2007
David has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia and has been involved in several appeals, trials, regulatory hearings and arbitrations.
Canadian Bar Association (B.C.), Construction Law Subsection and Insurance Law Subsection.
Away from work David enjoys tennis, bike riding, reading, spending time with his family, brewing beer, smoking meat, and playing guitar with his band.