David is a founding partner of Brown & Altman, LLP and has extensive experience in real estate law, commercial litigation and environmental law. He handles a broad range of matters involving land use and zoning, municipal law, commercial and residential transactional real estate, environmental law, commercial and civil litigation, corporate practice and commercial transactions.

He represents commercial and residential real estate developers, commercial and residential lenders, national and local retailers, and is involved in all phases of site development, with particular experience in the development of sites for the retail petroleum industry and for wireless telecommunications. He has worked with major national corporations, including Fortune 500 businesses, as well as local businesses in various aspects of the retail, commercial and industrial sectors. As a land use attorney, he practices before municipalities throughout Long Island, as well as New York City. Additionally, David serves as transactional counsel to a number of commercial and residential lenders.

Commercial Real Estate
Financial Institutions and Capital Markets
Real Estate Developers
Federal & State Court Litigation

New York State Bar Association, member
Suffolk County Bar Association, member
The Townwide Fund of Huntington, Inc., President
Hofstra University School of Law Real Estate Practicum, developer of Real Estate Practicum for second and third year law students at Hofstra Law School
Suffolk County Village Officials Association, Associate Member; Instructor of bi­annual continuing education seminars for Suffolk County’s Village Officials

David is committed to the continued exploration of clean, sustainable energy sources that benefit Long Island and the sustainability of its population.