The entertainment world is grieving the loss of David Albert Pierce, a prominent entertainment attorney who passed away at the age of 56. His death occurred at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, and the news was officially announced by his family. However, the cause of his death has not been disclosed at this time.
Remembering the Legacy of David Albert Pierce: An Iconic Entertainment Attorney
David Albert Pierce, the esteemed founder of Pierce Law Group, LLP, in Beverly Hills, breathed his last on July 29. Throughout his career, he represented famous personalities like Milton Berle and The Comedy Store to blockbuster films such as the Academy Award-winning “The Artist” (2012).
Born in Lewiston, NY, Pierce pursued his education at the University of Binghamton and Cornell Law School. You may have seen his name in the credits of films like “The Hunger Games,” “Cabin Fever,” and this year’s “Theater Camp.”
David Albert Pierce: A Multifaceted Career in Entertainment Law and Education
Apart from his legal practice, David Albert Pierce made significant contributions as an educator, teaching courses on the business of running a motion picture production company at UCLA Extension since 1998.
He also served as an adjunct professor at Elon University and Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television, and was a guest lecturer at St. Petersburg University in Russia. Pierce was actively involved in sharing his knowledge and expertise, giving lectures at film festivals and seminars across the United States and the world.
As Chair of the Entertainment Law Section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association and a Board member of the Friars Club in Beverly Hills, he remained committed to serving his professional community.