David Tandy is a partner at Dentons Bingham Greenbaum, an international law firm with more than 200 locations across 80 countries. A law firm that embraces change, Dentons is focused on assisting their clients grow, protect operate and finance their organization.
Named a partner in 2021, Tandy utilizes his unique knowledge of the intersection between government and business to help corporations, public/private developers, nonprofits, municipalities and quasi-governmental entities identify and maximize opportunities that help them thrive and strengthen their position for future growth.
A member of Dentons’ Economic Development team, Tandy helps his clients capitalize on business and government opportunities and overcome challenges along the way. Before joining Dentons, Tandy was elected as president of the Louisville Metro Council in 2009 and then again in 2015, representing District 4. In addition, he served as chairman of the Louisville Metro Council’s Labor and Economic Development Committee, crafting and guiding various ordinances through the legislative process, and working with business and other civic leaders to create jobs and transform communities.
Tandy remains civically engaged in Louisville, the Commonwealth and nationally. He is Vice Chairman and General Counsel for the Kentucky Science Center and Chairman of the Legal Committee for the Boy Scouts of America’s Lincoln Heritage Council among many other organizations.
Tandy received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and earned his law degree from the University of Kentucky. He lives in Louisville with his wife, Carolyn, and three children.
To learn more about his work and the work of Dentons Bingham Greenbaum, visit www.dentons.com/en/global-presence/united-states/louisville.