Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Andy Buroker advises on commercial and real estate finance, real estate transactions and municipal government.
Andy advises on public debt and equity offerings, complex real estate leasing and ownership transactions, and mergers and other corporate reorganizations. Within the energy and natural resources industry, he counsels on leasing and land use changes for solar and wind farm developments.
Andy is experienced and frequently presents on issues such as finance, closings, real estate conveyances, documentation drafting, title insurance, surveys, planning and zoning, development, and annexation.
Before entering private practice, Andy was the Zionsville, Indiana, Town Attorney for 14 years.
|Areas of Practice||1) Real Estate and 2) Energy & Natural Resources|
|Law School||Indiana University Maurer School of Law (J.D.,1989)|
|Education||DePauw University (B.A.,1984)|
|Bar Member / Association||Indiana State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Faegre Baker Daniels LLP|
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