Jason J. Kuboushek
Jason is a Partner at Iverson Reuvers Condon and has been with the firm since its inception. His practice involves helping clients throughout Minnesota. This includes cities, counties, townships, individuals and businesses. He has handled numerous trials and appeals involving individual owners, contractors, subcontractors and design professionals.
Jason enjoys working with companies and entrepreneurs with a broad range of business related services. Specifically, he advises clients on business law, start-up assistance relating to the formation of an entity, the protection of a trademark or license agreement and assist with buying or selling a business and estate planning.
Prior to law school, Jason worked as an environmental consultant and in the construction industry. This has provided him the knowledge to provide comprehensive assistance in these industries. Jason is also a frequent lecturer on land use and environmental law topics (including the intricacies of environmental review) and is involved in many related organizations. At the present time, he is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, Governmental Liability Committee, and the Defense Research Institute. He also volunteers for Junior Achievement and coaches youth basketball, baseball and softball. At the end of the day, he enjoys relaxing with his wife and four children.
Jason is a member of the state and federal bars of Minnesota. He has been designated as a “Rising Star” and continues to assist clients in a responsive and cost-conscience manner.
B.A., Natural Science, St. John’s University, 1995
Land Use/Environmental Law