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David S. Rubenstein Associate

Practice Overview

David’s practice encompasses the entirety of the real estate life cycle.  He represents national and regional clients, including REITs, developers, landlords and tenants, in the acquisition, disposition, management and leasing of commercial real estate.  His work covers office, warehouse, industrial, retail, medical office, multifamily and mixed-use properties.

David’s work includes all aspects of real estate transactions, including negotiations, purchase and sale agreements, title review, due diligence, managing closings and financing documents.  Additionally, his clients include major landlords and tenants, for whom he drafts and negotiates leases, amendments, subordination agreements and related documents.

In addition to his practice in real estate transactions, David has general business experience in energy procurement contracts, private securities placements, institutional lending, licensing agreements, privacy and terms of use agreements, and closely held businesses.

David is a member of the King County Bar Association and the Truman Scholars Association.

Recognition & Honors

Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Background & Interests

David is a Pacific Northwest native who enjoys cycling, snowboarding, hiking with his dog and perfecting his pizza recipe. 

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Areas of Practice

Admissions

Washington (2013)

Education

University of Washington School of Law, J.D., articles editor Washington Law Review (2012)

Northwestern University, B.A., with honors (2007)

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