David R. Pierce concentrates his practice on environmental and land use issues, including site remediation and cost recovery, brownfields, commercial and industrial sales, purchases and leasing, zoning and development issues.
David also focuses on representing clients in shareholder disputes. David has successfully handled more than a dozen cases resulting in significant favorable settlements for his clients. In addition, David represents clients in general business activities, serving essentially as general counsel for several manufacturing businesses. As such, he provides advice on issues such as succession planning, asset and stock sales and acquisitions, and negotiates various contracts, including supply contracts, warranties, non-disclosure and non-competition agreements, buy-sell agreements, voting trusts, and stock redemption agreements among others.
David has an environmental engineering degree and several years’ work experience as an environmental engineer, background that he draws heavily upon when representing clients on environmental issues.
David has served as a former chairman of the Joint Environmental Committee of the Union County Alliance, Linden Industrial Association, and Union County Chamber of Commerce. He also served as the president of the Board of Trustees of the River Valley Waldorf School. David resides in Hunterdon County and enjoys a wide variety of outdoor activities, including gardening and making maple syrup.