H. David Gold's practice focuses on environmental, energy and land use law. He represents clients in litigation, administrative appeals, mediation and transactional matters and frequently counsels clients on compliance with state and federal clean water, wetlands, endangered species, cultural resources, and hazardous and solid waste laws. Mr. Gold has extensive experience in environmental impact analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and its state analogues.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Gold was an environmental consultant in Massachusetts, Arizona and California, assisting clients with a range of regulatory compliance matters involving NEPA, water resources and the Clean Water Act, wetlands, endangered species and the Endangered Species Act, and socio-economic issues.
While in law school, Mr. Gold served as a law clerk with the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the US Department of Justice. He spent his final year at Harvard Law School, and also has a master's degree in watershed management from the University of Arizona.