Dave Feingold has been in practice since 1986. The majority of his practice is devoted to representing community associations and homeowners in construction and real estate related issues. He also enjoys serving as a mediator and is known for his tenaciousness in exhausting all possible avenues of resolution for parties locked in dispute. Mr. Feingold has frequently published articles in industry journals and has been a lecturer and presenter at legal seminars state wide dealing with real estate matters and common interest developments. Mr. Feingold is committed to serving clients in a comprehensive manner, and carefully performs a cost/benefit analysis from the client's perspective before taking on any representation. He uses modern dispute resolution techniques to avoid costly litigation whenever possible. He has recovered millions of dollars for his clients in construction defect actions and arbitrations, including in 2007, settlements of $5.0 million for a 68 unit condominium association, $2.5 million for a commercial warehouse owner, $1.5 million for a single family homeowner, and two arbitrations to successful awards. Mr. Feingold served on the Board of Directors of the Marin County Bar Association for several years, and led the 800 member Association as its President in 2003. When not busy representing his clients, Mr. Feingold enjoys spending time with his family and serving as a reserve police officer with the San Rafael Police Department. Practice Areas Common Interest Developments Construction and Construction Defect Real Estate Law Mitigation Education University of California Hastings' College of Law (J.D. Cum Laude, 1986) California State University San Francisco (BA, Summa Cum Laude, 1983) Admissions California State Courts U.S. Court of Appeal - Ninth Circuit U.S. District Court - Northern District Associations Director and Past President (2003) Marin County Bar Association Reserve Police Office, City of San Rafael Northern California 'Super Lawyer' (2005) California Association of Community Managers (Past Member, Legal Steering Committee) CACM Vision Award for Excellence in Education (2001) Community Association Institute Executive Counsel of Homeowners Former Director, Marin School of the Arts Former Director, Twin Cities Little League
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