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David Heidenreich focuses his practice on commercial real estate and energy transactions.  David’s real estate experience includes advising owners, investors (both closely-held as well as institutional), developers, advisors and institutional lenders on a wide variety of transactions, including business acquisitions, complex finance transactions, multi-family and hotel and resort development projects, mixed-use projects, large-scale industrial warehouse projects and commercial leasing.  His energy practice includes the representation of general independent oil and gas operators and developers in connection with acquisition and disposition transactions and operational and interest creation documentation.

David brings his experience along with his dedication to superior client service to every transaction.  He strives to serve his clients not only as a negotiator and draftsman, but also as a counselor with the proven ability to help clients strike an appropriate balance between legal and business considerations.


Represented two national multi-family developers in connection with acquisition, development and financing of multiple multi-family projects throughout the United States.

Represented an oil and gas developer and operator in connection with multiple transactions, including a divestiture of Eagle Ford interests in a transaction with a value exceeding $250MM. Represented an investment fund in the leasing of numerous office and light industrial projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan area. Represented an international upscale hotel owner/operator in connection with the sale and subsequent management of various properties totaling almost 3,000 guest rooms/suites and representing a combined sales price of over $450,000,000. Counseled an international luxury resort and spa developer in connection with the acquisition and development of prime development real estate in the following locations: (i) Laguna Beach and Beverly Hills, California, (ii) Park City, Utah and (iii) Los Cabos, Mexico. Advised private investors in the acquisition of a national continuing care retirement community developer and services provider from a publicly-traded company through the acquisition of stock, partnership and membership interests. Represented a national continuing care retirement community developer and services provider in connection with the acquisition and development of various properties throughout the United States. Represented an industrial developer with the development of a 1,000,000 plus square foot industrial distribution facility in Indianapolis, Indiana for a Fortune 100 tenant. Advised a prominent 501(c)(3) organization in connection with the acquisition of real estate in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Texas Tech University
J.D., cum laude, 2000

University of Memphis
B.A., magna cum laude, 1996

Honors and Distinctions

Regents Scholar (Texas Tech University) American Jurisprudence Award – International Trade and Investment Phi Delta Phi – Legal Honor Fraternity Golden Key National Honor Society Sigma Delta Pi – Spanish National Honor Society

Court Admissions

Texas, 2000


Member, State Bar of Texas Member, Dallas Bar Association Board Vice President, Family Promise of Collin County


Spanish (fluent)


Co-Author, New IRS Restrictions on PPP Loans, Bloomberg Tax, November 2020.  (Click here to print a PDF copy).

Author, Additional Relief and Flexibility Provided to PPP Borrowers by the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (June 5, 2020).

Author, SBA Releases Two Critical Interim Final Rules On: (1) Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness; And (2) Review of Forgiveness Applications by Lenders and SBA (May 27, 2020).

Author, The SBA Releases Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Application (SBA Form 3508) (May 18, 2020).

Author, SBA Issues New Rule Allowing Increased PPP Loan Amounts for Certain Partnerships and Seasonal Employers Previously Caught in Gaps of Changing Rules (May 14, 2020).

Author, SBA Provides Much Needed Guidance on “Necessity” Certification for PPP Loans and Impact on the Forgiveness Process (May 13, 2020).

Author, Federal Reserve Reworks Main Street Loan Program; SBA Promises to Audit PPP Loans in Excess of $2M Before Forgiveness is Approved (April 30, 2020).

Author, CARES Act 2.0 – Additional PPP and EIDL Funding and More (April 23, 2020).

Author, So You’ve Successfully Applied for a PPP Loan, Now What? What You Need to Know About the PPP Forgiveness Process (April 17, 2020).

Author, Dallas County Amends and Extends Its “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Order on April 16, 2020 – Face Covering Requirements & More (April 17, 2020).

Author, “I Need a Hero” – The Fed Comes to the Rescue with an Array of Weapons Aimed at Combating Economic Impacts of COVID-19; PPP Support, Main Street Business Loans and More (April 9, 2020).

Author, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Issues Supplemental Interim Final Rule for Affiliation Rules Applicable to Paycheck Protection Program (April 5, 2020).

Author, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Finally Issues Much Anticipated Interim Final Rule for Paycheck Protection Program Loans (April 3, 2020).

Author, Department of Treasury Posts Application Form for Paycheck Protection Program Loan with More Specific Guidance on Program (April 1, 2020).

Co-Author, Federal Government Rushes Through Legislation Designed to Help an Expanded Universe of Small Businesses (March 27, 2020).

Author, Ellis County, Texas Issues Its Shelter-in-Place Order (March 25, 2020).

Author, North Texas Cities Take Action Following Collin County’s Less Stringent Stay at Home Order (March 25, 2020).

Author, Denton County Issues It’s Shelter-In-Place Order (March 25, 2020).

Author, Collin County Shelter-In-Place Order. Is It Business as Usual? (Last updated March 24, 2020).

Author, Tarrant County Issues Its Version of a Shelter-In-Place Order. What You Need to Know (March 24, 2020).

Author, Dallas County Issues a Shelter-In-Place Order. Now What? (March 23, 2020).

Co-Author, HUD Announces Moratorium on Certain Foreclosures and Evictions (March 19, 2020).

Author, To VPP or Not to VPP . . ., Carrington Coleman Capital Newsleter, 2019 Issue One (March 2019).

Co-Author, Advantages of NFA Gun Trusts – And the Need for Custom Drafting, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter, 2018 Issue One (March 2018).