David Wallman is a litigator specializing in commercial litigation, arbitration and insurance claims. With over four decades of experience under his belt, he brings an invaluable perspective to every case he handles.
He is a member of both the Stamford and Connecticut Bar Associations, as well as being affiliated with the American Trial Lawyers Association.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood (birth to eight) are critical years in a child’s brain development. During this period, they develop social skills, self-worth, perception of the world and moral perspective – all essential building blocks for future success.
UNESCO believes pre-primary education to be the cornerstone of a child’s development, making it one of the best investments countries can make to promote holistic development, gender equality, and social cohesion.
Despite the lifelong benefits of high-quality preschool education, nearly half of children worldwide do not attend it. Unfortunately, in low-income countries this number is even worse.
A professional is an individual who has achieved a certain status within their field. This typically requires either receiving either a degree or license to practice, as well as state-sponsored registration processes based on examination or board review.
David Wallman has been a professional for over three and half decades. He was a member of both the Stamford and Connecticut Bar Associations, as well as being affiliated with the American Trial Lawyers Association.
He is a Partner at Brenner Saltzman & Wallman LLP and Chair of their Litigation Practice Group. He represents clients in state and federal courts on matters such as commercial disputes, employment discrimination claims, probate/trust litigation, and municipal tax appeals.
Achievement and Honors
David Wallman is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer with more than four decades of legal expertise. He represents clients in a wide variety of matters such as business, insurance, and real estate disputes.
He is a member of both the American Bar Association and Connecticut Bar Association, having represented clients in all state and federal courts – criminal as well as civil.
He has earned numerous accolades for his work, including the 2022 Florida Society of News Editors Paul Hansell Award for exemplary reporting in Florida journalism. This honor recognizes a writer’s overall body of work as well as its breadth and diversity.
David Wallman was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather who led an active life. He was always hard working and enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
David enjoyed watching baseball games and reading books in his free moments. He was renowned for his mischievous sense of humor.
He was a devoted family man, enjoying time with his grandchildren, nieces and nephews as well as many extended family members.
He had a long and distinguished career in the elevator industry. On January 31, 2019, he peacefully passed away while sleeping.
David Wallman is one of Australia’s most successful businessmen, estimated to be worth at least $20 million. His success stems from his years working in high-tech industries such as his tenures at Honeywell International and its predecessor AlliedSignal; which he left in 2003 to join Roper Technologies.
Richard also earns a substantial income from his independent directorship at Roper Technologies Inc. He owns 1,750 units of ROP stock and has traded 75 times since 2011, his most recent trade being on February 23rd worth $386,278; this brings his total net worth to over $20.3 million as of that date. Furthermore, Richard holds other shares in companies such as Wright Medical Group and Boart Longyear Limited on the boards.