David’s practice focuses on municipal law and land use planning. He appears regularly before the Ontario Municipal Board and other tribunals on matters ranging from the simplest minor variances to the most complex official plan reviews and aggregate applications. David also provides day to day legal advice to municipalities and private parties on a range of issues, including construction and procurement law, the scope of municipal powers, conflicts of interest, renewable energy, source water protection, endangered species and environmental assessments. Recent OMB cases that he has been involved with have included disputes over the development of subdivisions, secondary plans, gravel pits and quarries. As a solicitor, David has experience drafting and advising clients on a variety of land development and municipal infrastructure agreements.
- Bachelor of Music, McGill University (2000)
- M.A., Columbia University(2002)
- J.D., University of Toronto Faculty of Law (2005)
Professional Accreditations and Affiliations
- The Canadian Bar Association
- The Ontario Bar Association
- The Advocates Society