Peter Coyle and Rob Stefonowicz Included in Minnesota Lawyer’s POWER 30 Construction and Real Estate Law List


Larkin Hoffman is pleased to congratulate Peter Coyle and Rob Stefonowicz on their inclusion in Minnesota Lawyer’s POWER 30 in Construction and Real Estate Law.  The Power 30 selections were made by the editorial team based on their experience, interviews with respected attorneys and others around the state, and a review of the outcomes of significant cases handled by these attorneys. 

Peter Coyle advises business and institutional clients on solving problems related to federal, state and local law and regulation. He represents clients before the Minnesota Legislature and state agencies, as well as cities, counties and townships, on a wide variety of business licensing, permitting, regulatory compliance, environmental review and related matters. 

Rob Stefonowicz is an experienced trial attorney and appellate advocate. He advises clients on real estate, eminent domain, land use, environmental and construction-related disputes. Rob has extensive experience in eminent domain (condemnation) matters and has served as the chair of the Eminent Domain Section of the Hennepin County Bar Association.  Rob is also the chair of Larkin Hoffman’s real estate litigation practice group.  

Larkin Hoffman is a go-to law firm in Minnesota and throughout the region, advising on all aspects of real estate, including acquisition, approvals, assembly, construction, development, financing, leasing and litigation. The firm serves clients in residential and commercial development. Commercial development includes office complexes and major facilities in the retail and hospitality industries.

Larkin Hoffman also counsels clients on every aspect of the construction process, from procurement and contracting to government regulations and high-stakes litigation. The construction team represents construction contractors, subcontractors, developers, commercial building owners and sureties.

To read the full Minnesota Lawyer article click here.