Charles D. Gullickson
Charles D. Gullickson
South Dakota Financial Services Lawyer
Financial and insurance regulatory matters make up a substantial portion of Chuck’s practice. He devotes a significant amount of time to such banking law matters as lending transactions, loan documentation, bank acquisitions and branching, and Chuck advises banking clients regularly on regulatory matters and oversight of third party vendors and servicers, and credit card lending and securitizations. Chuck also handles various insurance regulatory matters and serves as Executive Director and General Counsel for the South Dakota Life & Health Insurance Guaranty Association. The latter position has led to his service on various task forces concerning nationwide insurance insolvencies.
Charles has received an AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, for the highest level of professional excellence for their legal knowledge, communication skills and ethical standards. He has also been recognized by Best Lawyers® in the areas of Banking and Finance Law, and Financial Services Regulation Law and has been ranked by Chambers and Partners in the area of Corporate/Commercial Law, and ranked in the top 5% of practicing attorneys in South Dakota by Great Plains Super Lawyers in Banking.
Chuck is among the many firm attorneys who have an avowed interest in the arts. This is reflected in his community activities, where he has served on the board of directors of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, and Friends of the Levitt Shell Sioux Falls, and as chair for the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences Visual Arts Center. He has also served as chair of the Board of Trustees for the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences, on the board of directors for the Wegner Arboretum Society, and as Congregation President for First Lutheran Church of Sioux Falls. Chuck also served for many years as a member of the board of directors of the Sioux Empire Housing Partnership.
- O019 Banking Seminar: Protecting Your Bank’s Future
- Regulation O and Section 23A: Good Intentions and Regulatory Traps
- Regulatory Flexibility for BHCs: Small Just Got Bigger (Again)
- The CFPB and the Consequences of Overreaching
- Bank Acquisitions 101: Consider the Options
- That’s A Nice Piece of Real Estate: Should We Buy It?
- Deposit Accounts, Overdrafts, and the CFPB
- Permissible Activities for Bank Holding Companies
- Madden v. Midland Funding, LLC – A Nasty Speedbump for the Secondary Market?
- Regulatory Flexibility for BHCs: Small Just Got Smaller
- The CFPB’s Proposed Policy on No Action Letters: Will Anyone Use It?
Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, LLP
Partner: 1984 – present
Associate: 1980 – 1983
South Dakota State University
(B.A., summa cum laude, 1977)
New York University School of Law
(J.D., Editor of Moot Court Board,1980)
State Bar of South Dakota
Minnehaha County and American Bar Associations
South Dakota liaison, ABA State Regulation of Securities Committee
South Dakota liaison, International Trademark Association
Member of the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations
Member and past Chairperson, Legal Committee of the National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations
American Bar Association Committee on Banking Law
Admitted to Practice (State):
South Dakota, 1980
Admitted to Practice (Federal):
United States District Court, District of South Dakota, 1980
Protecting what you’ve built.