David Zucker is a litigator who handles a range of complex real estate property disputes, general business litigation, landlord/tenant disputes and malpractice allegations.
In his real estate litigation practice, David counsels clients on land use and zoning matters, including the establishment and protection of land owner rights and property rights. David also has in-depth experience handling real estate leasing matters, including tenant terminations within the retail industry. He deals with easement disputes and all kinds of landlord/tenant disputes involving commercial properties as well.
David works with retailers, business owners, landlords, tenants, governing bodies and commercial property owners.
He also helps professionals resolve allegations of wrong-doing as a malpractice litigator. He often helps lawyers and law firms to resolve or defend against legal malpractice claims.
Prior to joining the firm, David worked at the United States Attorney’s office in Washington D.C. as a law clerk in the General Crimes Section, Felony Trial Unit. His experience includes administering the strategic planning process for St. Louis’ Regional Business Council.
David has also worked for numerous political candidates, including some who have sought to serve or have served as President, U.S. Senator or U.S. Representative.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David M. Zucker