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David Tandy Finds New Ways to Serve the Community at Bingham Greenebaum Doll

Louisville Business First

David Tandy was recently featured in Louisville Business First, discussing how he’s continued to serve the Louisville community following his departure from Louisville Metro Council. Announcing his decision not to run for re-election after more than 10 years on the council, Tandy wrote, “I look forward to serving my community as a private citizen and plan to remain involved in many worthwhile causes that are dear to my heart.” He found that opportunity with BGD’s Diversified Business Solutions practice.

“I’m still engaged in helping to grow and build our community’s economy through my legal practice,” Tandy says. “My goal is to help small businesses grow to be the next Manna Inc. or Houston-Johnson Inc.” Outside of BGD, Tandy continues to contribute to the community through the Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair he started in 2015. This year’s event will be held on September 12 at Tavern on Fourth in Fourth Street Live! and helps veteran, woman, and minority small business owners connect with major economic players.

“I believe it is to your detriment as a small business owner not to engage a firm like ours,” he says. “At BGD, we work to help our clients avoid the pitfalls and other obstacles emerging entrepreneurs face. We aim to guide them down a path that ultimately leads to their success by leveraging the firm’s collective know-how and connections with the broader business community in this region and beyond.”

David Tandy serves as Of Counsel in the Louisville office where he practices with the firm’s Diversified Business Solutions Team and is a member of the Economic Development Department. Whether it is for the individuals, families, for-profits, non-profits, or governmental entities of all sizes that he represents, Tandy’s passion as an attorney is to see his clients succeed and grow.

You can read “Former Metro Council president supports women, minority, veteran small business owners at regional law firm,” on the Louisville Business First website here.


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