Attorneys Steven Louis-Prescott Special Counsel
Mr. Louis-Prescott joined Hamre, Rodriguez, Ostrander & Dingess, P.C., in 2019, after spending six years at a Denver law firm that specializes in oil and gas matters on behalf of landowners. In addition to bringing oil and gas expertise to the firm, Mr. Louis-Prescott brought extensive litigation and transactional experience that translates well into the firm’s eminent domain practice.
Mr. Louis-Prescott maintains his oil and gas practice, continuing to represent landowners on a wide array of issues, including oil and gas leasing, surface use agreements, pipeline easements, mineral rights sales, mineral title disputes, royalty payments, spacing and pooling, environmental contamination and remediation, surface and mineral trespass, and local regulation. His clients include cities and counties, farmers, ranchers, individual and corporate mineral owners, homeowners, associations, real estate developers, and overriding royalty owners. Mr. Louis-Prescott has represented clients before State and Federal District Courts, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
Mr. Louis-Prescott also adds to the firm’s eminent domain practice. Prior to joining the Firm, he had eminent domain experience, including, without limitation, his co-representation of twenty landowners on a highly contentious condemnation matter involving a 36-inch, high pressure natural gas pipeline through Weld County.
Mr. Louis-Prescott graduated from the University of Michigan with degrees in geology and psychology in 2009. He took a year off to work for the U.S. Forest Service in western Colorado before attending the University of Colorado for law school. He earned his J.D. in 2013 and is currently licensed to practice law in Colorado and Wyoming.