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HOUSTON – Burleson Cooke announced that David Livingston and Christopher Rosas have
been named partners at the Houston-based energy law firm.

Livingston concentrates his practice primarily in the area of complex real estate transactions,
while Rosas focuses on oil and gas law and commercial litigation. Both previously served as
senior counsel for the firm.

“David and Chris have both proved themselves to be exceptional attorneys with the kind of depth
and skill that delivers true value to our clients,” said managing partner Rick Burleson. “Their
experience is broad-based as well, so they’ll be able to provide outstanding representation on a
lot of matters that impact the companies we serve.”

Livingston has more than 30 years of experience practicing real estate law and representing
businesses and business owners, corporations, real estate developers and real estate lenders and
has represented real estate and other business interests in the acquisition and development of raw
land, retail shopping centers, office buildings, residential subdivisions, apartments, and other
multi-family developments.. He is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
in Commercial Real Estate.

He began his career in real estate law at Reynolds, Allen & Cook in Houston and later served as
vice president and general counsel of Guardian Savings & Loan Association of Houston.
Subsequently, he was general counsel for a major national bank subsidiary that secured,
managed, and disposed of troubled real estate and energy assets.

He earned his undergraduate degree from Princeton and his law degree from the University of
Texas School of Law.

Licensed to practice law in Texas, Colorado, and Wyoming, Rosas has represented large,
publicly owned companies and independent oil and gas companies in transactional and
commercial matters.

His experience includes real and personal property tax dispute resolutions, midstream and
pipeline operations, oil and gas contracts, surface and mineral estates, working and overriding
royalty interests, indemnity agreements, easements, and preferential rights to purchase. He has

also provided counsel to plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits regarding real estate, property
damages, and employment issues.

Rosas earned his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and his law degree from the
University of Denver College of Law.

About Burleson Cooke
Burleson Cooke L.L.P. has earned a reputation as the energy law firm the energy industry goes
to, and has grown significantly in recent years by focusing on and leveraging its core strengths.
Serving clients in the upstream and midstream segments, it provides counsel to oil and gas
producers, transportation companies, storage and processing businesses, and energy service
providers. Burleson Cooke’s far-reaching experience includes mergers, acquisitions, and
divestitures; finance; private equity; venture capital; securities; corporate governance and
compliance; patents and intellectual property; title review; real estate; litigation;
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