David Mylrea has extensive experience in complex commercial finance transactions involving offerings of debt and equity, leases, loans and project financing. He handles all facets of complex, multimillion-dollar financings, including origination, negotiation and preparation of definitive documentation, closing and funding.
Mr. Mylrea concentrates his practice in the area of representing banks, investment banks and specialty financial service companies in connection with secured financing transactions with emphasis in real estate and land development. He also represents entrepreneurs and business owners in connection with various business matters, including organization and capitalization of new business ventures.
Formerly a “Key-Person Licensee” in Nevada and New Jersey, Mr. Mylrea has extensive experience with the gaming regulatory laws, rules and regulations in all major U.S. gaming jurisdictions.
Mr. Mylrea joined Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP in June 1999. He is the Partner-in-Charge of the Minneapolis office and a co-leader of the firm’s Commercial Transactions Practice Group. Mr. Mylrea is a past Business Development Partner for one of the firm’s two Business Transactions Departments, a past regional director and a past member of Hinshaw’s Executive Committee. Previously, he served as Chief Operating Officer, Secretary, General Counsel and a Director of a publicly traded specialty financial services company located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
- American Bar Association
- Section on Corporation
- Banking and Business Law
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- Hennepin County Bar Association
- William Mitchell College of Law Alumni Association, Member of Board of Directors (2013–Present)
- The Fund for The Legal Aid Society, Member of Board of Directors (2011–Present)
Honors & Awards
- Rated by Martindale-Hubbell for ethics and legal ability
- $100 million pooled facility secured by pool of equipment leases for assets located in South America, Central America and Africa
- $67.6 million tax exempt bond to finance technology upgrade secured by personal property in Minnesota
- $42 million term loan for expansion of business enterprise secured by revenues stream from gaming facility located near Red Wing, Minnesota
- $27.4 million term loan secured by facilities located in several southeastern states, and a $21,308 million refinancing of such credit facility
- $26.3 million term loan secured by a senior living facility located in Surprise, Arizona
- $25 million loan secured by a medical school located in Yakima, Washington
- $23 million term loan secured by hotel located in Oneida, Wisconsin
- $20 million loan secured by gaming equipment and revenues from Nevada based route operation
- $17 million term loan secured by hotel resort and golf course located in Colorado
- $16 million loans secured by gaming equipment and furniture fixtures and equipment for a Gulf Coast Mississippi casino
- $15.7 million term loan secured by hotel located in Bloomington, Minnesota
- $14.3 million term loan secured by a senior living facility located in Highlands, North Carolina
- $14.2 million term loan secured by a senior living facility located in North Lima, Ohio
- $14 million tax exempt bond secured by senior living facility located in Minnesota
- $13 million construction and mini-permanent facility for office complex located in Las Vegas, Nevada
- "Rules of the Game: Business Development for Lawyers," published in Bench & Bar of Minnesota, October 2010. reprinted in Precedent, Winter 2011.
- “Lending to Indian Tribes in an Era of Uncertainty: The Lake of the Torches Case,” co-author, Gaming Law Review and Economics, Volume 14, Number 6, 2010.
J.D., William Mitchell College of Law, 1984
B.A., St. Olaf College, 1978
- U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota