David Bogan, a Business Law partner in Edwards Wildman's
Hartford office, has been elected to serve a two-year term as vice president of the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (“CCADV”). Bogan has been a member of CCADV’s board of directors since 2011. CCADV is a consortium of 18 of Connecticut's domestic violence agencies dedicated to working to change social conditions through statewide policy advocacy, public awareness, technical assistance, legislative reform, and education on the issue of domestic violence. The member programs provide counseling, support services, and safe accommodations for domestic violence victims and their children. Founded in 1978, CCADV has established itself as a strong and credible voice for victims of domestic violence.
Bogan's practice includes all aspects of public utility regulation before administrative agencies and state and federal courts. He advises some of the nation’s largest cable, telecommunications and water companies on regulatory issues and acquisitions. Bogan counsels energy companies in connection with their acquisitions and appears before state commissions on energy and communications matters. He also has experience in water receivership and transfer proceedings, telecommunications certification proceedings, and electric, gas, water and telecommunications rate proceedings.
Active in the community, Bogan serves on the board of trustees of Goodspeed Musicals, home of the famed “Goodspeed Opera House” and birthplace of some of the country’s most famous musicals, including “Annie,” “Shenandoah,” and “Man of La Mancha.” He earned his undergraduate degree cum laude
from the University of Bridgeport and his law degree from the Quinnipiac University School of Law.