David is a partner in HMB’s State and Local Tax (SALT) Group and is a member of HMB's Board of Directors. He helps clients limit their state and local tax exposure through sensible planning and, when necessary, vigorous litigation strategies. David advises Fortune 500 companies, privately-held companies, middle-market businesses and individuals on strategies to minimize their state and local tax exposure, maintain compliance and reduce the risk of audit problems. This includes income tax, sales/use tax, franchise tax, gross receipts tax, and unclaimed property matters involving nexus, apportionment, business income, unitary business groups, credits, losses and exemptions. As an active thought leader and speaker in the SALT community, as well as an adjunct professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, David offers a unique perspective and knowledge drawn from years of hands-on, practical experience.
The Chicago Tax Club, organized in 1933, is a nonprofit association consisting of individual tax professionals employed by corporations and other businesses. The principal function of their organization is providing educational and networking events, in order to assist their members in identifying and resolving tax compliance, planning and audit issues relating to their employers.