David Oestreicher Recognized by Mayor Mitch Landrieu for Contribution to the Arts in New Orleans

Mayor Mitch Landrieu formally recognized New Orleans Lawyer David W. Oestreicher for his contribution to the arts in the City of New Orleans with a proclamation and certificate of recognition issued on Sept. 20, 2013.

Oestreicher long has been a proponent of the arts in New Orleans.

He served for several years as President of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation, and through is work with Michael Manjarris, Oestreicher helped lead the implementation of sculpture program that saw many modern works placed throughout the city, most particularly, in the downtown area in the years since Hurricane Katrina swept through the landscape.

U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals rules in favor of Oestreicher’s client vs. City of Slidell

David W. Oestreicher, II, a New Orleans lawyer, won an appeals court ruling in favor of Henry J. Bennett, Jr. against the City of Slidell. To view a full assessment of the appeal, please visit Justia US Law.

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French Quarter Minutemen Float Plan for Armed Citizens Crime Watch Group

A new citizens group wants to form in the French Quarter, and its goal is to make the world famous neighborhood a safer place. The group calls itself the French Quarter Minutemen, an all volunteer organization made up of people who live in, work in or frequent the French Quarter, and who want to add…

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David Oestreicher Recognized by Mayor Mitch Landrieu for Contribution to the Arts in New Orleans

Mayor Mitch Landrieu formally recognized New Orleans Lawyer David W. Oestreicher for his contribution to the arts in the City of New Orleans with a proclamation and certificate of recognition issued on Sept. 20, 2013. Oestreicher long has been a proponent of the arts in New Orleans. He served for several years as President of…

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