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Committee of 100 selects Michael J. Busada of Butler Snow


Butler Snow is pleased to announce that The Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc. has selected Michael J. Busada as a member for 2019. 

Michael manages the North Louisiana Office of Butler Snow LLP in Shreveport, Louisiana where he works in the area of public finance and economic development.  His practice ranges from state and municipal bonds and obligations, to the full complement of techniques available to finance and/or refinance governmental as well as industrial/economic development projects, public educational institutions, public school systems, healthcare organizations, 501(c)3 organizations and other developments.  Working with more than 50 attorneys practicing full-time in the firm’s Public Finance, Tax Incentives and Credit Markets Group, he is part of one of the largest and most successful public finance practices in the country. A graduate of Louisiana State University, he completed his law degree at Loyola New Orleans College of Law.

C100 Executive Committee member Wayne Brown stated “Michael brings a depth of talent and involvement in business and economic development through his law practice which compliments the work of the Committee of 100 for Economic Development”. The Committee is currently engaged in seeking fiscal reform measures to make Louisiana a more competitive business environment for existing business as well as recruit new business and industry to Louisiana. Please see the C100 program of work at www.C100LA.org.


C100 is an independent non-government business roundtable of senior corporate executives and university leaders in Louisiana and seen as a respected business voice on state issues impacting business and economic development. The business roundtable is an organization to which government, policy, and media leaders turn for reliable, nonpartisan policy guidance providing access to some of the critical thinkers in business and academia in Louisiana.

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