University of Minnesota School of Law,
Research and Note Editor, Minnesota Law Review
University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management,
University of Chicago,
B.A., With Honors, 1985
Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys
American Bar Association Business Section, Committee on Commercial Financial Services, Secured Lending Subcommittee
Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen
Partner; 2021- Present
Hahn & Hessen
Dan represents financial institutions in secured and cash-flow lending and other finance transactions.
He structures, negotiates and documents complicated business finance transactions and advises clients on workouts and restructurings. His clients include banks, finance companies, factors, investment banks and other equity and credit providers.
Dan is experienced in a wide variety of finance matters, including acquisitions, financing, refinancing and debtor-in-possession financing as well as trade finance. He has advised clients in both general secured lending matters and in such specialty finance products as mortgage warehouse lending, health care, artwork, receivables purchase transactions and true sale. He has extensive knowledge of intercreditor issues and other areas that impact financings, including bankruptcy law and cross-border issues.
Dan is a member of the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys and the American Bar Association's Business Section, serving on its Committee on Commercial Financial Services and the Secured Lending Subcommittee. Dan is active in continuing legal education, both within and outside of the Firm, and has served on numerous panels for the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys and Executive Enterprises.
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