John W. Kuehl advises clients on a wide range of business-oriented issues including structuring business transactions and arrangements. He focuses his practice on entity formation and structuring as well as mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Larkin Hoffman, John worked at another law firm in Minnesota and served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Christian Sande in Minnesota's Fourth Judicial District.
John obtained his Juris Doctorate from Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where he was a Notes and Comments Editor for Cybaris an Intellectual Property Law Review. John holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Literature and a Masters of Public and Nonprofit Administration from Metropolitan State University. In his spare time, John enjoys spending time with family, exercising, and pc gaming.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law, St. Paul, MN; 2017, J.D., cum laude
Notes & Comments Editor, Cybaris, an Intellectual Property Law Review
Notes & Comments Editor, Mitchell Hamline Intellectual Property Law Review
Article: "Spring, Video Games and Intellectual Property: Similarities, Differences, and a New Approach to Protection", Volume 7, Issue 2, Cybaris, an Intellectual Property Law Review
Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul, MN; 2011, Master of Public and Nonprofit Administration
Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul, MN; B.A., Political Literature
Professional Associations & Memberships
Minnesota State Bar Association