Minneapolis, MN – January 8, 2018. Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A., is pleased to announce that Tammera R. Diehm has been elected to the firm’s Board of Directors. In addition, David Aafedt and Jon Hoganson were re-elected to the Board. Members of the Winthrop & Weinstine’s Board of Directors each serve a three-year term, with elections occurring on a rolling basis. The Board members for 2018 are:
Tammera Diehm is a shareholder with extensive experience in complex real estate and development matters. In her practice, she has represented local and national clients in real estate transactions involving multiple levels of government approvals, environmental challenges and various forms of public and private financing. In addition, Tami helps lead a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers who provide full service representation to gas and convenience store owners and fuel distributors. She also has unique expertise in campaign finance law, advising both for-profit and non-profit organizations on the complex rules regulating the regulatory and tax consequences of political spending.
David Aafedt is a shareholder with the firm, and prior to joining Winthrop & Weinstine in 2003, he served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Minnesota Attorney General’s office. His practice at the firm now mirrors his practice while at the Attorney General’s Office. He uses his extensive experience to advocate on behalf of his clients in a wide range of settings in all 50 states, including state and federal regulatory matters, business and consumer litigation, as well as state and federal audits, investigations, and market conduct examinations.
Jon Hoganson is a shareholder practicing in the areas of banking law, real estate law and general corporate law. In addition to representing countless financial and institutional lenders, Jon has also acted as developer’s counsel in connection with the acquisition, development, financing, leasing and sale of numerous types of commercial real estate, including retail centers, hotels, movie complexes, multi-family housing developments, office/warehouse facilities, automobile dealerships and industrial and manufacturing facilities.