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State Court

  • Minnesota

Federal Court

  • U.S. District Court District of Minnesota
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • Honors: magna cum laude
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • B.A.

DAVID A. BRANDIS

Attorney

David Brandis joined Smith Jadin Johnson in October of 2021. He currently represents both individual and business clients in legal matters ranging from insurance coverage litigation to construction matters to business disputes. David has practiced in numerous state and federal courts as well as administrative courts, and he represents clients in insurance appraisals. David also assists clients in transactions including business formation and operations, asset purchases and sales, and real estate transactions. David’s analytical approach and passion for advocacy help him secure the best possible results for his clients.

David’s primary areas of practice include:

  • Business Law & Litigation
  • Insurance Law and Litigation
  • Construction Law and Litigation

Outside of work, David enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, birdwatching, and listening to music.

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