Craig Beuning brings the best of both worlds to his practice of law with his business and consulting background. As a seasoned entrepreneur he knows the ins and outs of business and how to protect you, your company and its assets. He has been identified in Forbes magazine for his role in a $50 million dollar deconstruction project in Jackson, Mississippi and featured in the Mississippi Business Journal.
Craig graduated from Hamline University School of Law (Dean’s List) in 2001. He brings his vast practical business experience and legal prowess to almost every phase of real estate matters particularly in the title insurance industry and ancillary litigation along with national title insurance licensing for companies. He has worked “green” projects both nationally and internationally, including with the United States Armed Forces.
Craig has also performed significant work in protecting health care directives and maintaining their legal efficacy. This work was recently featured in a number of publications in the Twin Cities for his work with Life Legal Defense Foundation of which he is a member of the board of directors.
He has been integral to the formulation of seminal case law in the area of Minnesota foreclosure law and slander of title issues. He has also assisted in the drafting of highly publicized cases such the original light rail transit litigation and redistricting litigation on behalf of the Minnesota Secretary of State.
Craig has extensive expertise in complex civil litigation and drafted or assisted in the drafting of over 100 appellate briefs. He enjoys working with clients and shares their passion for their case. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing and watching good movies.
Licenses and Bar Admissions
- Minnesota (2001)
- Hamline University, BA Legal Studies
- Hamline University School of Law, Deans list
- Seminal cases: Padar v. Hughes, Gunderson
- Over 100 appellate briefs
- Former state senator law clerk
- Taxpayers league-light rail and redistricting litigation on behalf of the Minnesota Taxpayer League and Secretary of State.
- I of 3 people in the state to acquire early admission to law school after undergraduate junior year based on academic prowess and real-life experience.
- Governor’s mansion: frequent invite by Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour events relating to hurricane Katrina rebuilding.
- National title insurance licensing for Equity Solutions
- “Entrepreneurs Corner: From delivery boy to owner,” Mississippi Business Journal (May 16, 2010),
- Cytec System Consultant for military and tech projects
- Board of directors: Current board member of Life Legal Defense Foundation