David Kruger grew up in Highland Village, Texas and attended Marcus High School. David is an Eagle Scout from Troop 265 in Flower Mound, Texas. David received his bachelor’s degree in Letters, manga cum laude, in 2016, from the University of Oklahoma. While at the University of Oklahoma, David was a member of the Pride of Oklahoma (the marching band) and awarded membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Membership is only extended to the top 10% of graduating class in degrees focusing on the arts and sciences. David attended Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law where he obtained his law degree in 2020. While at SMU he participated in the Board of Advocates in advocacy events on and off campus, especially in moot court, which culminated in his selection to the Order of the Barristers. He served as an extern to a Federal Magistrate Judge in the Northern District of Texas: Dallas Division and participated SMU’s Corporate Counsel Externship program. David is a graduate of the 38th Leadership Denton class.
David’s practice focuses on business and real estate disputes and transactions, and civil litigation. David has represented individuals and business from small claims through the court of appeals. He has litigated civil, real estate, estate, business, condemnation, municipal, probate, and construction law cases. David has served as counsel for landlords, property management companies, developers, businesses, towns, individuals, and homeowners. He has negotiated favorable settlements and is a qualified mediator in the State of Texas.
David is licensed to practice law in a multitude of esteemed jurisdictions, including all Texas State Courts, the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Fifth Circuit.