David P. Swanson

Dave Swanson is a partner in the Corporate practice group, Chair of the Agribusiness, Cooperatives and Electric Associations practice group and co-Chair of the Project Development and Finance practice group. For 25 years, he has focused on organizational issues, financing and transactions for energy project participants, agricultural and rural electric cooperatives, as well as cooperative financial institutions.

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Areas of Practice 1) Closely Held Businesses, 2) Mergers and Acquisitions, 3) Project Development and Finance, 4) Regulatory Affairs, 5) Energy Regulation, 6) Telecommunications, 7) Non-Profit and Tax Exempt Organizations, 8) Cooperative Law, 9) Clean Technology and 10) Energy
Law School Vanderbilt University Law School (J.D., 1981)
Education St. Cloud State University (B.S., 1978)
Bar Member / Association Minnesota State Bar Association
Most recent firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP
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