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David M. ZuckerDavid M. Zucker

(617) 574-4043
Fax: (617) 574-7553
400 Atlantic Avenue
Boston MA
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Harvard Law School, J.D., 2012, cum laude

Washington University in St. Louis, B.A., 2007, with honors


Complex litigation matters, often involving real property disputes, business litigation, landlord/tenant disputes, and malpractice claims are all part of David Zucker’s experience. Prior to joining the firm as an Associate, David worked at the United States Attorney’s office in Washington DC as a law clerk in the General Crimes Section, Felony Trial Unit. His experience also includes administering the strategic planning process for St. Louis’ Regional Business Council. David has worked for numerous political campaigns for President, Senate and Members of Congress.

Representative Experience

  • Defended Rogers Communications, Canada’s largest wireless communications company, in an action seeking damages and injunctive relief for alleged misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract in connection with unsuccessful negotiations to license the plaintiff’s wireless technology.  Case was dismissed based on the successful invocation of a contractual forum selection clause.
Professional and Community Involvement
  • Discovering Justice/Legal Apprenticeship Program
  • BBA Landlord/Tenant Lawyer for the Day Program
  • Melanoma Foundation of New England, Team Running for Cover
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pressReleases: Goulston & Storrs Welcomes Five Associates in Boston
blogEntries: Trouble at the Mall: Retailers Face New Challenges with ADA Compliance
clientAdvisories: New Land Court Rule 14 Seeks to Expedite Cases and Lower Costs
clientAdvisories: Important Decision Regarding Pre-Existing Nonconforming Structures
clientAdvisories: Massachusetts Courts Issue Key Decisions Concerning Zoning and Anti-SLAPP Law
clientAdvisories: Appeals Court Confirms That a Government Building Has the Status of a Pre-Existing Nonconforming Structure When Transferred to a Private Party
clientAdvisories: Superior Court Upholds ZBA's Order that the Town of Falmouth Cease and Desist the Operation of Two Wind Turbines
clientAdvisories:  Land Court Upholds Board of Zoning Appeal
clientAdvisories: Town of Chelmsford, et al. v. Newport Materials, LLC, et al
clientAdvisories: Trustees of Cambridge Point Condominium Trust v. Cambridge Point, LLC
clientAdvisories: Massachusetts Appeals Court Clarifies When Restrictive Covenants May Extend Beyond Thirty Years
March 2013
Goulston & Storrs Welcomes Five Associates in Boston
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