Dana Campbell represents clients in commercial real estate matters, including in the areas of telecommunications leasing and land use and zoning.
A primary focus of my practice involves real estate work in the telecommunications industry. I negotiate leases for wireless facilities on behalf of a major telecommunications provider. Because this is a rapidly changing industry, I have also advised our clients as to the real estate implications of changing ownership structures in this space. My background includes obtaining land use and zoning approvals and handling purchase and sale transactions between telecommunications providers.
Outside the telecommunications arena, I work with higher education institutions. Recently, I represented several college and university clients on real estate matters relating to land use and zoning and public finance.
Continued evolution of the telecommunications industry, with a focus on alternative means of delivering telecommunications services. Our role is to be ahead of the curve in directing and prioritizing the real estate services necessitated by these changes.
Law360 | June 14, 2019
Nixon Peabody is mentioned as counsel to Tegna in its $535 million deal to acquire two television stations and one radio station in the Midwest from Dispatch Broadcast Group.
The Deal | June 12, 2019
The following stories mention Nixon Peabody as counsel to Tegna in its $535 million deal to acquire two television stations and one radio station in the Midwest from Dispatch Broadcast Group. NP’s deal team included partners John Partigan, Brian Kopp, Sean Clancy, counsels Todd Shinaman and Al Floro, and department attorney Dana Campbell.
State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, J.D.
University of Cincinnati, B.A., magna cum laude
U.S. District Court, Western District of New York
Ms. Campbell is a member of the American, New York State, and the Monroe County bar associations.