David A. Brody
I grew up in Buffalo and graduated from the UB Law School. I started my career at Ecology and Environment, a locally based national environmental consulting company, where I learned about environmental, planning and zoning law. I then moved on to one of the big Buffalo firms, learning real estate law and mortgage financing, and then became an associate and later a shareholder of the Buffalo firm of Pack Hartman Ball Brody & Kinney, PC, working primarily in the fields of real estate law, mortgage banking and general business law.
In 2000, I moved my practice to Williamsville, NY, closer to home and to my clients. In 2007, I met Joshua Korman, a younger attorney with his own office across the street from mine. In 2009, after collaborating on a number of projects, Josh and I formed the firm Brody & Korman PLLC.
I have spent over 35 years handling commercial real estate and business matters.
I am a great believer in community service and have served on a number of community, business and not-for-profit organizations throughout my life.
I am a member of the Board of Directors of the Buffalo Niagara Builders Association, and I am Counsel to the Western New York Chapter of the NY State Commercial Association of Realtors. I am also a member of the Buffalo Advisory Board for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Admitted to Practice:
- State of New York
- University at Buffalo Law School (J.D., 1979 )
- Hamilton College (B.A., 1975)