David G. Frizzell is a partner in BFC. Since joining the firm in 1994, he has actively concentrated his practice in the field of community association law. His other areas of practice include collection law, alternative dispute resolution, community association governance, labor and employment law, bankruptcy law, and the law of reasonable accommodations under the Fair Housing Act.
Representing condominium associations, cooperatives, and homeowners’ associations, David has appeared numerous times in the Superior Court of New Jersey and the United States Bankruptcy Court. He also has appeared before the New Jersey State Board of Mediation and has represented community associations in collective bargaining negotiations and arbitrations regarding labor and employment disputes.
- Gettysburg College (B.A., 1975)
- University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., with honors, 1990)
- “Legal Limitations On The Power Of A Cooperative’s Board Of Directors To Reject Sublease Applications”, Community Trends, November 1996
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- Bergen County Bar Association
- Community Associations Institute, New Jersey Chapter
- New Jersey, 1994
- New York, 1991
- Connecticut, 1990
- United States District Court, District of Connecticut, District of New Jersey