David G. Eisenstein has practiced law in Colorado since 1977 and he represents clients in real estate, common interest community development and land use matters throughout Colorado.
In 1974, Mr. Eisenstein obtained his B.A. with distinction cum laude in History of Art from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where he was Phi Beta Kappa and a member of the Honors College. He received a scholarship to attend the University of Colorado School of Law in Boulder, Colorado. While attending law school, Mr. Eisenstein was articles editor of the University of Colorado Law Review. He graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in May, 1977.
Mr. Eisenstein practiced law in Aspen, Colorado from 1977 through 1985. In 1985 he moved to Boulder to serve as in-house counsel for a national real estate syndication and development company head-quartered in Boulder and to coordinate the development of multifamily residential real estate projects all over the United States. Mr. Eisenstein opened his own law practice in Boulder, Colorado, in September, 1986 and practiced as a solo practitioner until January, 2002 when he merged his practice with and joined the law firm of Wells, Love & Scoby, LLC.
Mr. Eisenstein currently represents various homebuilders and real estate development entities primarily in the Denver-Boulder metropolitan area and in the Aspen/Pitkin County/Roaring Fork Valley area but also does work throughout Colorado. In addition to land use, real estate and development law his practice includes the preparation of common interest community documents for the formation of condominiums and other common interest communities and planned developments, representation of homeowners and condominium associations and commercial and residential leasing. Mr. Eisenstein has been instrumental in helping to obtain land use approvals for many important real estate development projects in Boulder County and in Aspen and Pitkin County, Colorado.
In addition to his expertise in land use and real estate law, Mr. Eisenstein's practice includes business law, including corporations, partnerships, contracts, buying and selling of businesses, and other commercial transactions. He has been counsel to and served on the boards of trustees of various charitable, nonprofit, tax exempt organizations, including the Aspen Art Museum. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Boulder County Bar Association and as co-chairperson of the Real Estate Section of the Boulder County Bar Association.