Partner David R. Gellman focuses on transactional matters such as condominium conversions and new-construction subdivisions, commercial leasing, tenancies-in- common (TICs), business formation and operation, real property transactions, and estate planning. He also oversees the firm’s condo/TIC dispute resolution practice. He is an accredited instructor with the California Department of Real Estate and frequently conducts co-ownership workshops for attorneys, real estate agents, and prospective home buyers.
David began his San Francisco law practice as a sole practitioner in 1982. He holds a B.A. in economics, anthropology and psychology from Northwestern University (1975), and obtained his law degree from Boston University Law School in 1978. He is a member of the Bars of the states of Wisconsin and California.