Foley & Mansfield
Foley & Mansfield

Thomas H. Priebe

Attorney - Minneapolis

tpriebe@foleymansfield.com

612-216-0252

Bar Admissions: Minnesota; U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota

Practice Groups: Construction Law & Litigation; Employment Law & Litigation

Education: William Mitchell College of Law, 2013, JD; University of MN - Duluth, 2009, B.A. in Political Science, Minor in Economics

Memberships: Minnesota State Bar Association; Hennepin County Bar Association

BIOGRAPHY

Tom Priebe is an attorney in Foley & Mansfield’s Minneapolis office, where he practices in general commercial litigation, with an emphasis on construction and employment disputes.

With extensive experience in all stages of litigation, Tom has successfully defended employees, employers, and contractors in a variety of disputes, including sexual harassment, retaliation, whistle-blower violations, construction defects, negligence, and breach of contract. Tom has briefed and argued numerous motions in front of district courts throughout Minnesota, in federal court, and the Minnesota Court of Appeals. He has also successfully defended licensed professionals in disciplinary proceedings, and represented clients in both administrative proceedings and arbitration. In addition, Tom is skilled in drafting and reviewing construction contracts and employment policies.

Tom is a native of Rhinelander, Wisconsin and helps coach the Mitchell Hamline Trial Team. In his free time, Tom enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, golfing, playing basketball, and camping.

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS

  • Obtained a judgment for his client, a Minnesota construction company, following a five day jury trial  - and after defeating a summary judgment motion brought by the opposing party.

IN THE NEWS

March 2, 2018
Minnesota Construction Client Awarded Damages in Jury Trial

Foley & Mansfield recently obtained a jury verdict for a Minnesota general contractor.

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October 23, 2017
Intent Key to Requesting Job Applicants’ Credentials

Tom Priebe discusses the legal implications for an employer when requesting applicant credentials in light of potential age discrimination claims.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE

Assistant coach for the Mitchell Hamline Trial Team

MEDIA

  • Intent Key to Requesting Job Applicants' Credentials, Attorney at Law Magazine, October 2017. Read this Article. 

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