Rob Daake, P.E. practices in the Real Estate section in the Dallas office. He represents clients in commercial and large scale residential real estate endeavors including, land use and subdivision matters, condemnation of land, construction law for both private and government entities, business organization formation, and transactional matters.
Rob’s practice includes representing the development community in all facets of creating exceptional residential and commercial projects. His practice involves representing clients before various entities, including: municipalities, counties, community and civic organizations, and various regional service providers.
A cornerstone of his practice is presenting his clients’ cases in a manner supportive of governmental and civic groups’ policy goals while enhancing his clients’ property valuation through expansive and flexible land use rights.
Prior to joining the Firm, Rob served in a number of executive roles for a rapidly growing metroplex municipality, primarily focused on land and economic development issues. Additionally, he practiced civil engineering for 18 years for a variety of public and private clients and retains his licensure as a Texas Professional Engineer.
Rob graduated from Iowa State University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and later earned his Juris Doctorate from Texas A&M College of Law in 2017 with a particular focus on land use and construction law.
- Texas, 2017
- J.D., 2017, Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas
- B.S., Civil Engineering, 1999, Iowa State University
- State Bar of Texas, Member
- American Bar Association, Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Section, Member
- American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law, Member
- Texas Aggie Bar Association, Member
- McKinney Sunrise Rotary Club