David J. Klarich represents the Mechanical Contractors Association through his Governmental Affairs and Regulations, Legislation and Government related industries practice. His practice includes representation before the Missouri General Assembly and administrative agencies. He also provides services relating to: Procurement, Administrative law, Business Law, Closely Held Businesses, Communications and Media, and Contract Law.
David has assisted companies, associations, and individuals in addressing issues involving business and labor law, municipal law, education funding and policy, health care, tax policy, administrative law, banking and financial institutions, telecommunications, environmental law, intellectual property and others.
David’s extensive experience includes his appointment to the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission, where he served as the employer’s representative to the Commission. David was elected to the Missouri Senate (1994-2002) where he served as the Chairman of Judiciary; Chairman of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules; Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions & Ethics; and member of Judicial Resources; Ways and Means; Pensions and General Laws; and, Local Government and Economic Development. David was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives (1990-1994).
David has been recognized by the Missouri Bar Association, “Up and Coming Lawyers” Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly, Missouri Legal Services, the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, Missouri Association of Probate and Associate Circuit Judges, Judicial Conference of Missouri, Missouri Health Care Association, Missouri Chamber of Commerce, Associated Industries of Missouri, Missouri Society of Accountants, American Heart Association, Association of Retarded Citizens, American Society of Landscape Architects, and others.
David holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in Biology/(e)Chemistry, a Master of Arts in Public Policy, and a Juris Doctorate from Regent University, Virginia, where he was awarded the University Faculty Award, an Am-Jur in Professional Responsibility, and Insurance law.