Anthony M. Hohn
Anthony M. Hohn
South Dakota Litigation Attorney
Anthony Hohn is a South Dakota litigation attorney at Davenport Evans. A Sioux Falls native, Anthony joined the firm in 2008 as a member of the firm’s litigation section. His practice includes of a wide variety of litigation, including commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, employment litigation, and condemnation litigation.
Anthony interned with the firm in the summer of 2006 and is a 2007 graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Law, where he served as lead articles editor for the South Dakota Law Review. Following graduation, Anthony served as the law clerk for the South Dakota Second Judicial Circuit, which encompasses Minnehaha and Lincoln counties.
Anthony was named the 2016 Young Lawyer of the Year by the State Bar of South Dakota and served as the President of the Second Judicial Circuit Bar Association. He is ranked in the top 5% of practicing lawyers in South Dakota by Great Plains Super Lawyers in the area of Civil Litigation: Defense, and has been selected to the Great Plains Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for Business Litigation every year since 2014.
Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, LLP
Partner: 2014 – present
Associate: 2008 – 2013
Judicial Law Clerk, Second Judicial Circuit, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 2007 – 2008
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
(B.S., high distinction, 2004)
University of South Dakota School of Law
American Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
South Dakota Defense Lawyers Association
State Bar of South Dakota
Sioux Empire Society for Human Resource Management
Society for Human Resource Management
Admitted to Practice (State):
South Dakota, 2007
Admitted to Practice (Federal):
United States District Court, District of South Dakota, 2008
United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, 2008
Lead Articles Editor, South Dakota Law Review (2006 – 2007)
Author: Lien v. Lien: South Dakota Stakes Its Claim on the Corporate Map as the Supreme Court Provides No Relief to One Who Intentionally Creates Corporate Deadlock, 51 S.D. L. Rev. 479 (2006)
Protecting what you’ve built.