Mr. Banowsky's practice focuses primarily on real estate and commercial transactions, including acquisition and disposition of real estate in various jurisdictions, mixed use development including permitting, impact fee and other development issues, negotiation of project declarations and restrictive covenants, public finance, and sale-leaseback transactions. His experience also includes negotiation and documentation of complicated commercial loan transactions, including asset-based loan transactions, commercial real estate, letters of credit, loan restructure, foreclosure and bankruptcy. Mr. Banowsky has also represented clients in international transactions, primarily in Mexico and Central America
David W. Banowsky is a former adjunct professor of law and Lecturer in the NAFTA and Other Free Trade Agreements course at Southern Methodist University School of Law.
In 1990, Mr. Banowsky was awarded the degree of Juris Doctor by Southern Methodist University School of Law, where he served as the Senior Editor of The International Lawyer, and was named to the Order of Barristers and the Dean’s Advisory Council. Mr. Banowsky graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1981 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. After graduation from college, Mr. Banowsky entered the United States Navy’s Aviation Officer Candidate School, earning a commission as a Naval Officer and his wings as a Naval Flight Officer.
Mr. Banowsky’s publications and memberships include the following: