Paul is an experienced and accomplished civil litigator, having successfully obtained numerous final judgments on behalf of clients in many different areas of the law. Prior to founding the law firm of Milberg Klein, P.L., Paul was a partner at one of the largest community-association law firms in the State of Florida. There, he oversaw the firm’s covenant enforcement department, while handling other litigation and transactional issues for community associations.
Along with his expertise in covenant enforcement, Paul specializes in Fair Housing issues. He was licensed by the State of Florida to teach classes for property managers on reasonable accommodations for the disabled and assistance-animal issues in community associations. Paul has also lectured at several trade shows, and before the Florida Bar on the rights of disabled persons with assistance-animals in community associations. He has also published articles, and been interviewed by The Miami Herald, The Florida Sun-Sentinel and The Palm Beach Post, on these issues.
Prior to his extensive work in the field of community-association law, Paul litigated simple and complex commercial disputes in matters relating to contracts, real estate, landlord-tenant, business, and probate issues.
Paul resides in Weston with his wife and son. He is an avid sports enthusiast, and coaches little league in the Weston area.
Education: SUNY Albany, B.A. 1985, cum laude; Fordham School of Law, J.D. 1995, cum laude.
Admissions: Florida, New York, New Jersey
United States Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit
U.S. District Court, Florida Southern District
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
David has focused his entire legal career on the practice of community-association law, specifically in areas of collection and foreclosure work. Having navigated community associations through the mortgage- foreclosure crisis, David understands the need for quick and practical resolutions when it comes to collection and foreclosure issues. Over time, David has developed effective and unique strategies for negotiating with banks, homeowners, and tenants to ensure that an association’s interests are effectively represented. David has also litigated matters in federal courts, including issues relating to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the representation of associations as creditors in bankruptcy proceedings
Prior to the founding of Milberg Klein, P.L., David was a senior attorney at one of the largest community-association law firms in the State. There, he was involved with litigation and lectures to board members and property managers relating to collection strategies.
In law school, David was a member of the Nova Law Review and interned with the Honorable Judge Mark A. Speiser.
David is a native South Floridian and currently resides in Boca Raton with his wife and two daughters.
Education: Queens College, B.A. 2002;
Nova Southeastern University, J.D. 2007
U.S. District Court; Florida Southern District
U.S. District Court; Middle District of Florida
U.S. District Court; Northern District of Florida