Moye White announced that Timothy Swanson and Kristin Decker have been elected partners effective Jan. 1.
As a member of Moye White’s real estate section, Decker’s practice focuses on land planning, zoning, real estate and land use related issues, as well as local government law.
Prior to joining Moye White, Decker served in the Douglas County Attorney’s Office from 2003 to 2016, where she was a senior assistant county attorney-land use specialist. Prior to her tenure with Douglas County, Decker was in private practice representing special districts. She began her legal career as assistant county attorney for Adams County in the real estate/land use areas.
She is a graduate of the Chicago-Kent College of Law-IIT where she earned her law degree.
Swanson’s practice focuses primarily on commercial bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and commercial litigation. He has extensive experience with Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 matters and contested bankruptcy court and appellate proceedings. Swanson regularly assists lending clients in a variety of matters involving workouts, creditors’ rights (foreclosure, guaranty, replevin, etc.), and loan documentation.
He is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law and also received a Master of Laws degree in Taxation from the Northwestern University School of Law.