David P. Goch
David Goch has represented numerous clients before the US Congress on legislative matters ranging from health care, to commercial law issues, electronic payment issues, transportation and privacy.
Mr. Goch also oversees the firm's state charitable solicitation registration program.
Mr. Goch participates in standards writing efforts with the American National Standards Institute and through the International Standards Organization ("ISO") as a US delegate for manufactured goods.
His teaching and lecturing experience includes presentations before numerous associations and at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce "Institute" program at, among others: Stanford University, UCLA, University of Arizona, and the University of Georgia.
His practice areas include all aspects of nonprofit law including: corporate, tax, antitrust, intellectual property, standards and certification, employment matters, and government relations, Trade and Professional Associations; Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations; Government Relations.
Education & Honors
University of Michigan (B.G.S., 1988); University of Maryland (J.D., 1991).
Bar & Court Admissions
Admitted to bar, 1991, Maryland; 1994, District of Columbia.
His writing experience includes numerous articles for legal and trade publications.
Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi. Member: District of Columbia Bar; Maryland State Bar Association, Inc.; American Bar Association (Member, Section of Business Law); American Society of Association Executives (Member, Legal Section).