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Ron David is an attorney who offers clients expert guidance in business, estate planning and real estate matters. As a certified public accountant (Michigan, 1980), his expertise spans both taxation and business management aspects of these fields.
Ron David’s research examines how cells respond to stress caused by protein misfolding in their endoplasmic reticulum. This stress may play a role in various diseases, such as endocrine disorders and neurodegeneration.
Early Life and Education
Childhood experiences have the potential to shape a child’s physical, emotional, social and cognitive development throughout their lifetime – with both positive and negative repercussions.
Research has demonstrated that children’s early years are critical for building essential core capabilities that adults require to succeed. Studies have indicated that positive childhood experiences and environments help shape a child’s potential.
While there are many theories of early childhood education, one of the most influential is Jean Rousseau’s idea that children should be given unlimited experiences in a classroom environment–including sensory-driven activities and practical learning–which still plays an integral role today in how schools educate young children.
Ron, a lawyer licensed to practice in Michigan, has extensive experience representing businesses and individuals in a range of legal issues. His practice areas include business law, taxation and real estate. Ron’s clients come from industries such as financial services, energy, food service, health care, technology companies and governmental entities alike.
Ron David is not only an expert in his field, but a designer and founder of a private creative space. His mission is to offer clients an elevated lifestyle through art-centered living that emphasizes exceptional service.
Achievements and Honors
Ron has had a profound effect on many industries and been recognized by numerous organizations for his accomplishments. Most notably, Ron founded the Medical Advertising Hall of Fame and co-authored two books that chronicle its history.
David has been researching the unfolded protein response to stress. He has studied this phenomenon in model organisms such as Caenorhabditis elegans worms, with hopes of using his knowledge of this response to develop treatments for diseases caused by misfolded proteins.
The American Geophysical Union (AAG) awards Honors annually to recognize outstanding accomplishments by individuals in research and scholarship, teaching, education, service to their discipline or public service outside academe – for lifelong achievement. The selection process is overseen by the AAG Honors Committee.
Ron David had a deep-seated passion for family and work, which drove him to be an exemplary husband and father who believed in giving back to the community. In addition, he enjoyed traveling with his loved ones – especially to the Caribbean – as well as spending quality time with his beloved pets.
Ron has extensive research experience as a life scientist, studying the effects of endoplasmic reticulum stresses on human cell cultures. Additionally, he has published research regarding forced bicarbonate infusion as a possible treatment for renal failure.
Ron appears to be quite wealthy on the show – for instance, he pays Leslie’s van rental guy when she needs one, offers $10k to an unscrupulous individual to help him gain employment, and recently purchases a 51% stake in Lagavulin distillery.
He assisted his father Sidney with the purchase of Florida real estate and used the proceeds to finance WSVN (Miami’s NBC affiliate) for $3.4 million. This strategy proved highly successful as WSVN quickly rose to become the market leader.
His wealth allows him to live the high life, sipping 25-year-old scotch and smoking Cuban Davidoff cigars while wearing $5,000 Brioni suits. However, he is not content with this lifestyle.