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  • Education
    • J.D., Harvard Law School, 2014
    • B.S., University of Oregon, 2010, Political Science, summa cum laude

David Delmar is committed to understanding the industry in which each client operates. David represents buyers, sellers, developers, lenders and borrowers with an array of services including commercial acquisitions, dispositions, leasings, financing and ongoing development matters. David’s practice has a special focus on obtaining land use entitlements and assisting clients with land use appeals and real estate and land use related litigation. In the past, he has represented clients in entitling a diverse array of projects, including a major natural gas pipeline and liquefied natural gas facility in the Pacific Northwest and various smaller matters, including land partitions and subdivisions, master planned communities, mineral quarries, and other residential, commercial and industrial developments.

In addition to his work with clients, David also volunteers his time on pro bono cases including real estate and land use matters and immigration cases. In the recent past, he has represented a facility for blind Americans in a and use appeal, a self-help facility for substance-addicted residents, and assisted an immigrant with an asylum appeal. While in law school at Harvard, David served on the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, and wrote extensively about constitutional law.

  • Successfully represented client in obtaining permits and other entitlements for interstate natural gas pipeline and liquefied natural gas facility
  • Successfully represented client in dispute with municipality regarding land use permitting for housing subdivision
  • Assisted client in obtaining land use permitting for land partition, property line adjustment, and mixed use master planned development
  • Assisted client in negotiating and completing multistate portfolio transaction involving commercial properties
  • Assisted client with due diligence for major wind farm energy project