David Oestreicher II

A New Orleans lawyer with a strong litigation record

David Oestreicher, II is a graduate of the Tulane Law School and Harvard Law School. He was an editor of the Tulane Law Review and also received his LLM with honors from Harvard Law School. Curriculum Vitae attached.

He has passed the bar in both New York, North Carolina and Louisiana and has been actively practicing for over 30 years. His primary focus has been in both business litigation and catastrophic personal injury having won hundreds of cases including many in excess of a million dollars.

In 2012, Oestreicher was admitted to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a professional organization comprised of the Top Trial Lawyers in America.

He has worked as both Plaintiff and Defense Counsel representing both victims and business clients and brings a unique overview and perspective to his practice. He has litigated cases across the country. Additionally, The Louisiana Supreme Court had him serve as Judge Pro Temp in both the Municipal Court for the City of New Orleans as well as Traffic Court for the City of New Orleans. Finally, he has served as a member of the New Orleans Police Department reserve division for 20 years and twice has been recognized for achievement and bravery in the line of duty.

He was also involved in defective medical devices litigation including heart valve failures as well as products liability dealing both with defective designs of vehicles and ambulances. Furthermore, he has successfully litigated and published in the area of hotel security. One of his successful litigations is for the right and ownership of the “Mr. Bill” character of Saturday night live and was featured in People magazine January 14, 1980 p.27.

Mr. Oestreicher also had the honor of serving as the President of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation during its most difficult period of time between 2004-2006 in which he was able to turn a major cultural institution that was on “life support” systems and in debt of $700,000 into a major successful operation and left with a surplus that now is approximately $14 million dollars.

He is happily married to Tiffany Oestreicher and the father of 3 children. He is also the president of the 307 Company and Oestreicher Properties LLC, a major French Quarter Property holding organization.

He has served on the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation, Contemporary Arts Center, Metropolitan Area Committee and other numerous Civic and Cultural Boards.