Larkin Hoffman Introduces Two New Shareholders


Larkin Hoffman is pleased to announce that Bryan Huntington and Jacob Steen have been elected as shareholders of the firm.

“I am happy to add these two talented attorneys to our shareholder group,” said firm president, Paul Smith. “This is an investment in the firm’s future. I expect these accomplished attorneys to contribute to the success of our clients and the firm for years to come.”

Bryan Huntington represents developers, landowners, contractors, builders, surety companies, condominium owners, landlords and tenants in the enforcement of property rights. Additionally, Bryan represents landowners and contractors in litigation and negotiation against governmental subdivisions (counties, cities, townships, etc.) and government agencies. This includes matters involving eminent domain, inverse condemnation, zoning, administrative law and payment disputes. He litigates contract disputes and is passionate about obtaining justice when misrepresentations are made during a real estate transaction about the conditions of real property.

Jacob Steen advises and represents businesses, developers, and property owners seeking favorable government approvals including liquor licensing, business licensing, zoning, environmental review, and other ‎regulatory matters. Additionally, Jake has represented clients and industry groups on environmental matters seeking favorable determinations from governmental agencies. His experience includes representation before the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, and the Environmental Quality Board with regard to state rulemaking for floodplain and shoreland regulations, environmental review determinations and drafting of model rules and regulations.