Kyle Eidsness focuses his practice in business, commercial and financial litigation; employment litigation; and construction litigation. He is involved in all phases of the litigation process and counsels and advises clients on pending claims and ways to limit areas of potential liability.
Prior to joining Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Mr. Eidsness handled business and commercial litigation in the Twin Cities. He began his legal career as clerk to the Honorable James T. Swenson, then Chief Judge, Fourth Judicial District, Hennepin County District Court.
- Hennepin County Bar Association
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- Obtained complete defense verdict in five-day breach of contract jury trial
- Obtained summary judgment on claims of fraud and deceptive trade practices on behalf of residential lending and building client
- Obtained dismissal of breach of contract claims on behalf of national real estate client
- "Minnesota and Wisconsin Case Law Update," Construction Law and Insurance Forum, Marsh USA/Foley & Mansfield, September 2013
- "Eighth Circuit Confirms Computerized Legal Research Recoverable as Component of Reasonable Attorneys’ Fees and Costs," Attorney at Law Magazine, September 2016
- "The Customer Is Always Right in FINRA Employment Disputes," Attorney at Law Magazine, January 2015
- "Developer's Directors in Common Interest Communities," Attorney at Law Magazine, May 2014
Kyle enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, fishing in the region's many lakes and rivers, and teeing it up on the local golf courses. Kyle is also an avid baseball fan, following the Minnesota Twins and minor league baseball.
- Tubman Safety Project (2015 – Present)
- Volunteer Lawyers Network (2012 – Present)
- Loaves & Fishes (2008 – Present)
- East River Mews Homeowners Association, Vice President (2012 – 2015)
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities (2012 – 2014)
J.D., cum laude, William Mitchell College of Law, 2011
- Editor, Cybaris, an Intellectual Property Law Review
- Staff Member, William Mitchell Law Review
B.S., Biology, University of Puget Sound, 2006
- U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota
- U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota