“David...demonstrates confidence as well as poise when working with parties in dispute...I have observed [his] keen ability to ask questions in a way that inspires thoughtful development and consideration of various resolution options. In my opinion, David's strong mediation skills along with his law background will serve any organization very well...I recommend him without hesitation.”

 

Mediation of disputes involving all levels of complexity and stakes with two or more parties, including:

  • Financial services: suitability, misrepresentation, breach of contract, negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, failure to supervise, fraud, employee raiding, client raiding, violations of nonsolicitation and confidentiality covenants, annuities
  • Employment-related disputes: statutory discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, wage and hour, TIPS law (class action), executive compensation, sales commissions, severance
  • Commercial and residential real estate disputes: purchase and sale, lease, zoning, right of way, trespass, environmental property claims
  • Securities: fraud, rescission, buyout valuation
  • Closely-held company owner disputes
  • Purchase price/working capital adjusters, earn-outs and other post-closing contingent payments
  • Breach of contract
  • Family disputes: will contests, trust challenges, divorce (with MWI)
  • Personal injury
  • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC): check fraud, payment systems, sales, secured transactions, bank-customer claims
  • Construction industry
  • Torts: negligence, slip and fall, automobile accidents, slander/libel
  • Technology and software licenses; trademarks; trade secrets
  • Unfair and deceptive acts and practices (MGL 93A)
  • Joint ventures
  • Loan workouts; distressed business; debt restructuring
  • And more…

Divorce Related
David has a particular interest in helping divorcing couples through what can be one of the most challenging transitions in their lives. He does not practice divorce law as an attorney, focusing instead on facilitating resolution for couples whether or not they are represented by divorce counsel themselves. With a math and finance concentration in his undergraduate work and almost two decades of experience counseling businesses of all sizes, he is comfortable helping couples unravel even the most complex financial affairs. Regardless of the parents’ financial situation, David appreciates well the significant impact failed relationships have on the children involved and how a successfully negotiated parenting plan is priceless.
David currently serves as a co-mediator with MWI on MWI’s Divorce Mediation Panel. For information about divorce mediation in Massachusetts, contact David’s case manager, Josh Hoch, at 617-895-4028 x23 or jhoch@mwi.org. You may read more about David’s mediation work online at www.mwi.org/divorce-mediator-david-belcher. To learn more about divorce mediation visit www.mwi.org/divorce.

   

 

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