Joe Janochoski is a trial attorney dedicated to providing clients with creative, effective litigation strategies and compelling trial presentations. He focuses his practice on complex business and health care litigation and brings a practical approach to nuanced legal issues to help clients achieve their business goals, no matter how large or small the dispute. Joe has appeared at every stage of litigation in state and federal court, as well as in arbitration, and has represented clients in pre-suit evaluations, case initiation, discovery, motion practice, mediation, and trial. Prior to litigating, Joe served as a law clerk to Justice Paul Thissen on the Minnesota Supreme Court, and Judge Susan Richard Nelson at the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota. Joe uses his extensive experience in complex litigation, persuasive advocacy, and in-depth legal research to help clients build, execute, and ultimately win their cases, no matter where, or in what forum, the case takes place.
Joe attended law school at the University of Minnesota, where he graduated magna cum laude with a concentration in civil litigation. While in law school, Joe served on the Minnesota Law Review and competed both regionally and nationally with the school’s mock trial team. In addition to representing clients in complex litigation, he currently serves as an adjunct professor of law for the mock trial team at the University of Minnesota Law School.
- Don’t Let That Lawsuit Burn A Hole In Your Pocket, Minnesota Lawyer // Finance and Commerce – Partner Content, July 2023
- Minnesota Formally Recognizes the Common Interest Doctrine, Minnesota Lawyer // Finance & Commerce – Partner Content, October 2022
- Advising Clients in Wind-Downs, Separations and “Business Divorce”: How to Use ADR and Other Tools to Steer Business Owners Through a Break-Up of a Closely-Held Business, American Bar Association Business Law Today, December 2021
- Common Law Fiduciary Relationships: Making Sure You've TICKED Off The Right Boxes, Minnesota Lawyer // Finance & Commerce – Partner Content, November 2021
- Joseph Janochoski, Note, Punishing the Pettifogger’s Practice: Applying the Sanction Power of 28 U.S.C. § 1927 to Law Firms, 102 MINN. L. REV. 1733 (2018).
- Hoffman, Steven M., Paul Lorah and Joseph Janochoski. 2014. “Resisting the Inevitable: Tar Sands, Regionalism and Rhetoric.” European Journal of American Studies. Vol. 9, No. 3.
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