Joseph J. Deuhs, Jr.
Currently counsel on transactional, work-out and other banking matters for Anchor Bank, N.A.; Associated Bank, National Association; Bremer Bank, National Association; U.S. Bank, National Association; Western Bank, Commerce Bank; Tradition Capitol Bank; Venture Bank; and ??? Bank & Trust Company
- Member, Minnesota State Bar Association (Bankruptcy Section)
- Member, Hennepin County Bar Association (Debtor/Creditor and Real Property Sections)
- State of Minnesota, 1986
- U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, 1986
- Hamline University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1986)
- University of Minnesota (B.A. 1983)
- Author/Lecturer, “What Lender’s Counsel Wants the Borrower to Know to Get the Deal Closed”, presents by Minnesota Institute of Legal Education (2002).
- Represented lenders in the preparation and negotiation of documentation for commercial loan transactions, including construction loans, term loans, land development loans, and secured revolving lines of credit.
- Represented developers with negotiation of loan documentation and general development, acquisition and leasing matters including senior housing developments, office buildings, office/warehouse facilities, industrial warehouse facilities, and hotels.
- Provide expertise with review and analysis of title evidence, survey, construction contracts, corporate structure.
- Provide expertise with zoning compliance, subdivision of real property, development agreements and similar matters.
- Represented hotel operator in the acquisition and financing of facilities in St. Paul, Minnesota; Coldwater, Wisconsin; and Wichita, Kansas.
- Represented Senior housing developer / operator in the acquisition, development, construction and master lease financing for facilities in Columbia Heights, Minnesota; Superior Wisconsin; West Bend, Wisconsin; and Silvis, Illinois.
Joseph J. Deuhs, Jr.
Telephone: (612) 332-1030
Fax: (612) 332 2740
Primary Areas of Practice:
Commercial Transactions, Banking, Real Estate, Creditor’s Rights, and Commercial Litigation.