David is a founding partner of Blais, Halpert & Lieberman, a transactional tax boutique. David is one of Boston’s most experienced and respected tax lawyers. For over 30 years, David was a tax partner in a large, multi-city law firm (Mintz Levin) where he advised on mergers and acquisitions, partnership and joint venture structures, private equity investments, finance, executive compensation, and insolvency proceedings. He has published in the Proceedings of the New York University Institute on Federal Taxation, the Federal Tax Institute of New England, and the Boston Bar Journal. David has mathematics degrees from the University of Michigan (B.S. 1967 with highest honors) and Stanford University (M.S. 1968), a J.D. from Harvard Law School (1971 cum laude), and an LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University (1976). He has been awarded a National Science Foundation Fellowship, a National Defense Education Act Fellowship, and a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship.