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Hanson Bridgett LLP

David C. Longinotti

David C. Longinotti



  • Corporate
  • Food and Beverage
  • Health Care
  • Cannabis Law

WSG Practice Industries


Hanson Bridgett LLP
California, U.S.A.

David is a senior partner and former chair of the firm’s Real Estate + Environment Section who specializes in complex real estate secured transactions and related debt and equity financing arrangements. He is also an experienced business attorney, providing corporate, tax, and international licensing and distribution expertise to the firm's agribusiness and other transactional clients. David is an Adjunct Professor at the University of California Hastings School of Law where he teaches Commercial Real Estate Transactions. As a LEED® accredited professional, David provides specialized green building services to owners and developers.


Bar Admissions

  • California


J.D., cum laude, University of San Francisco School of Law (1987)
M.A., Rutgers University (1980)
B.A., Rutgers University (1978)
Areas of Practice

Cannabis Law | Corporate | Food and Beverage | Health Care | Real Estate

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

$100M LEED® Silver food processing facility (Developer's Counsel)

$120M line of credit loan facility (Borrower's Counsel)

$35M purchase loan secured by 9 properties in 5 states (Lender's Counsel)

$20M construction loan (Lender's Counsel)

$238M sale leaseback of 32 property portfolio (Seller's Counsel)

$144Mloan restructuring transaction (Borrower's Counsel)

$54M purchase of 10 property portfolio (Buyer's Counsel)

$40M mezzanine financing transaction (Borrower's Counsel)

Professional Associations

  • State Bar of California (Real Estate Section)
  • Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) (Governmental Affairs Committee Member)
  • Urban Land Institute (Associate Member)
  • National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
  • United States Green Building Council
  • National Council of Farmer Cooperatives (Chair, TLA Food Labeling Working Group)
  • Aging 2.0

Professional Activities and Experience

  • Northern California Super Lawyers (2006)


"FDA Publishes Final Rule on Gluten-Free Labeling of Fermented or Hydrolyzed Foods," co-author, Food and Beverage Law Alert (August 2020)
"Requesting Rent Abatement: A Practical Approach During the COVID-19 Pandemic," Real Estate Law Alert (April 2020)
"â??New State Law Requires Commercial Real Estate Brokers And Agents to Disclose Dual Agency Representation," co-author, Real Estate Law Alert (January 2015)
"Nine Keys to Navigating a JV Development Deal," Seniors Housing Business Magazine (March 2014)
"The New Wave of Misbranding Cases and Implications of Proposition 37," Special Report to the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives Legal and Tax Committee (October 2012)
"California’s Proposition 37 would Require Strict GMO Food Labeling," Food and Beverage Law Alert (October 2012)
"Green Building Litigation: Summary of Cases and Analysis of Trends," co-author, Real Estate Law Alert (October 2012)
"Green Refinance Plus: A New Option for Senior Care Refinancing and Aquisitions," co-author, California Assisted Living Association News & Views (Winter 2012)
"Green Lease Fundamentals for Tenants," Real Estate Alert (November 2011)
"San Francisco's Energy Performance Ordinance: Spotlighting Commercial Building Energy Use," Hanson Bridgett Real Estate Alert (April 2011)
"Raising the Sustainability Bar: San Francisco Amends its Green Building Ordinance to Comply with CalGreen," co-author, Hanson Bridgett Real Estate Alert (January 2011)
"Not So Golden Years—Top Tier Senior Housing Adapts to Troubled Times,"
The Registry (August/September 2009)
"HUD Loan and Grant Financing Incentives Available Under the Green Retrofit Program,” Hanson Bridgett Senior Care Real Estate Alert (June 2009)
"San Francisco's Green Building Ordinance: All That Glitters...," The Registry (September 2008)
"Prop G: Coming To a Neighborhood Near You—Cities May Adopt Legislation That Discriminates Among Competitors To Further a Legitimate Legislative Purpose," The Registry (June 2008)
"Going for the Gold—San Francisco Considers Heightened LEED Building Requirements," The Registry (December 2007)
"Allocating Risk in the Sale of a Business," The Marin Lawyer (July 2007)

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