Dan Lipschultz

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Dan Lipschultz
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Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
Officeholder
In office
January 7, 2014 - Present
Term ends
January 6, 2020
PartyNonpartisan
Compensation
Base salary$97,115
Elections and appointments
AppointedJanuary 7, 2014
Appointed byGov. Mark Dayton (D)
Term limitsN/A
Personal
ProfessionAttorney
Websites
Office website
Dan Lipschultz is a member of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. He served on the commission since his appointment in 2014. Lipschultz is a member of the Moss & Barnett law firm.[1]

Biography

Lipschultz has practiced law for 23 years in areas regulated by the public utilities commission. He has also been the assistant general counsel for McLeodUSA Telecom Inc. and an assistant state attorney general in the residential and small-business utilities division. Previously, Lipschultz was an attorney for the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.[1]

Political career

Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (2014-present)

Lipschultz has served as a commissioner since his appointment became effective on February 14, 2014. His current term ends on January 6, 2020.[1]

Appointments

2014

Lipschultz was appointed to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Mark Dayton on January 7, 2014.

“Mr. Lipschultz brings two decades of related professional experience to this extremely important position. I am confident that he will act wisely to protect the public's interest in these matters,” Dayton said in a released statement.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
J. Dennis O'Brien
Minnesota Public Service Commission
2014-present
Succeeded by
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