Earman is an esteemed philosopher of science known for his groundbreaking research into physical determinism. As professor of history and philosophy of science at the University of Pittsburgh, Earman has made waves internationally for his innovative thinking on physical determinism.
Earman has long had an interest in history-related problems, often applying modern physics or mathematics to perennial philosophical questions. His 1986 book A Primer on Determinism remains one of his key contributions in this area of philosophy.
David maintains a wide practice representing mental health centers, hospitals and physicians in various matters. He regularly assists his clients with regulatory compliance matters such as reimbursement appeals and audit appeals; licensure enforcement actions; internal investigations; clinical/financial integration transactions and nonprofit corporate governance concerns.
He provides legal representation to clients involved in complex commercial and health care disputes as well as appeals before the federal and District of Columbia courts, utilizing innovative theories and strategies for successful results for each of his clients.
He is an active member of his community, serving as board president for DC SCORES and Mosaic Theater; board member for Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop and Planned Parenthood Metropolitan Washington; as well as volunteering for Food & Friends, Bread for the City, Miriam’s Kitchen.
Achievement and Honors
David has always championed working people throughout his career, fighting to protect their rights and dignity. He has led groundbreaking cases in workers’ compensation and civil rights law that demonstrated “justice for all”, regardless of background or socio-economic status.
He is highly esteemed among his peers, while beloved by his staff due to his remarkable character and dedication. His community outreach can be seen through Trident Literacy Association which assists adults to reverse generational poverty by teaching essential life skills; additionally he serves on the board of a non-profit foundation and currently lives with Janet on Sullivan’s Island with their two children.
David Earman was born June 9, 1957 in Harrisonburg, Virginia and attended James Madison University for his undergraduate studies before earning his Juris Doctor at Oklahoma City University. Today, David serves as partner at REYNOLDS & RIDINGS where he specializes in General Civil and Trial Practice throughout all State and Federal Courts.
He has published numerous books on space and time, from physical texts such as the shortest distance to Mars in a nutshell to The Origin and Evolution of the Universe and The History of Space Time. Additionally, his works on space-time theory (The Origins and Development of Modern Physics in the Twentieth Century and One Origin and Evolution of the Universe being among his best known) have been translated into many different languages.
David Pearlman reportedly boasts an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million. Based out of USA, he earned this fortune as a professional Crew (film/tv).
His primary source of income comes from working as a Crew (film/tv), but he also receives other sources of revenue.
He has successfully litigated and resolved several high-profile cases, such as one where he successfully brought down an employer that was engaging in widespread discrimination against both its workers and customers.
He has donated millions to various nonprofit organizations that specialize in arts, education, Jewish studies, medical research, women’s health issues and youth development. In addition, he has participated as a guest speaker at numerous conferences dedicated to racial healing.