David H. Segrest

Partner, Corporate
Dallas
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4705 f 214.999.3705
dsegrest@gardere.com

David Segrest is widely regarded as a trusted, hands-on advisor to entrepreneurial businesses, both public and private, in an eclectic variety of industries based in Texas, throughout the U.S. and Canada. Many of David’s clients have turned to him for years to handle various business needs, including:

  • Contract negotiations
  • Creation of business entities
  • Acquisitions and mergers
  • Workouts
  • Debt and equity financing arrangements

David's clients tend to share his independent, can-do attitude and confident approach to problem solving. They all have one thing in common – besides being leaders in their industry segment, they are highly entrepreneurial ventures. They rely on David because he identifies well with this style, and because he is a skilled negotiator, extremely responsive and focused on his clients’ business growth.

Due to the business focus of his corporate practice, and his time as Managing Partner of Gardere, David understands what it takes to run a successful business. This experience allows David to provide clients with practical legal advice that addresses their business needs.

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