David Oh

David Oh


David received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. After graduation, he worked as an associate underwriter for a major medical malpractice insurance company. He decided to pursue a legal career and attended the University of Texas School of Law. At Texas Law, he served on the Juvenile Justice Clinic, the Transnational Worker Rights Clinic, and as a Research Editor at the Review of Litigation. His work on automatic exclusion, titled “Rule 37(C): The Circuit Split, Polar Opposite Goals, and the Gradient Solution,” is published in the 40th Edition of The Review of Litigation.


David’s practice focuses on civil litigation, focusing on commercial and insurance litigation. He has experience in the areas of employment, insurance, and contract law. He has represented small to nationally recognized companies in business and insurance related cases.

Areas of Practice

Publications and Seminars

  • Rule 37(C): The Circuit Split, Polar Opposite Goals, and the Gradient Solution in the 40th Volume of the Review of Litigation

Representative Experience

Represented various Houston-based subcontractors in breach of contract claims to recover promised payments.

Counseled and represented a national entertainment company in complex federal employment issues involving the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Represented nationally renown insurance companies in various cases involving coverage issues and alleged violations of the Texas Insurance Code.


  • University of Texas at Austin (B.A. 2015)
  • University of Texas School of Law (J.D. 2021)


  • Texas, 2021
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas