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David HogueDavid Hogue

David Hogue was born in Bismarck, North Dakota. He graduated from St. Mary's High School in 1981, Cornell College in 1984 and the University of North Dakota School of Law in 1987. After law school, David served one year as a law clerk to Ralph J. Erickstad, Chief Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court.

David joined the Pringle & Herigstad, P.C. Law Firm in 1988 and has been engaged in the full-time practice of law since then. David also serves as a JAG Officer in the North Dakota Army National Guard. His service in the National Guard began in 1984. David's legal practice includes corporate and commercial transactions, with emphasis on personnel law, health care law, telecommunications law, contract law, real estate, and public utilities. David represents plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury cases.

David is married to Paula (Kirschemann) Hogue. They have two children, Marshall and Megan.

Practice Areas:

  • Corporate and Commercial Transactions with emphasis on Personnel Law
  • Health Care Law
  • Telecommunications Law
  • Contract Law
  • Real Estate
  • Public Utilities
  • Personal Injury

Education:

  • Cornell College
  • University of North Dakota School of Law

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  • We have handled some of the largest verdicts & settlements.
  • We are full service law firm.
  • We are committed to community involvement and giving back.
  • We have been serving clients for over 100 years.

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