David A. Lavenburg represents banks, commercial property owners and management companies, small to mid-sized businesses,credit unions, funding companies and debt purchasers in a variety of areas including complex commercial litigation, lease disputes, commercial collections, real estate foreclosure, bankruptcy litigation and structured settlement and lottery assignments in the Massachusetts and Connecticut Courts.
David is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the State of Connecticut and the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut and is a frequent lecturer at seminars concerning creditor’s rights, bankruptcy and collections. David appears regularly in the trial courts for both Massachusetts and Connecticut and has argued numerous appeals to the appellate courts of both states including Connecticut’s Supreme Court. David is a member of the Hampden County and the Connecticut Bar Associations.
David received his undergraduate degree from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1987 where he was the President of his class and is a 1990 graduate of Capital Law School in Columbus, Ohio. While in law school, David distinguished himself as a member of the National Moot Court Team and graduated Order of the Barristers.
Upon graduation from law school, David joined the Springfield, Massachusetts law firm of Gold & Vanaria, P.C. where he became a partner in 1998.
David joined the firm in 2005 and lives in Longmeadow, Massachusetts with his wife Theresa where he serves as Chairman of Longmeadow’s Zoning Board of Appeals.