David Oliveros represents public and private clients in a variety of litigation practices, including eminent domain, inverse condemnation, public law, regulatory takings, real estate disputes, commercial litigation, and tort and negligence defense. His clients include individual landowners, counties, transportation authorities, electric utilities, oil and gas midstream companies, and other governmental entities possessing the power of eminent domain.
Mr. Oliveros has worked on several large condemnation projects involving the acquisition of pipeline and transmission line easements. As part of this work, he has successfully represented clients in over 60 special commissioner hearings. He has also worked on various flood control projects, including the condemnation of a multi-million dollar shopping center that required him to resolve the leasehold interest of over 30 tenants. He has also successfully represented clients in regulatory and inverse condemnation lawsuits, including recently obtaining summary judgment in an inverse condemnation case filed against a county regarding drainage from a county road.
In addition to his litigation work, Mr. Oliveros has negotiated and drafted easements and other real estate documents for his clients.
Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2006
Brigham Young University B.A. International Relations, 2000
BAR ADMISSIONS & ACTIVITIES
Member, State Bar of Texas, 2007 - present
Member, Administrative and Public Law section of the State Bar of Texas
Member, San Antonio Bar Association
Member, J. Reuben Clark Law Society
Member, International Right-of-Way Association
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas