Caleb Rannow Attorney
Areas of Practice:
Caleb grew up in Hutchinson. He and his wife, Paula, a registered nurse, live on a hobby farm near Hutchinson where they raise their four daughters, two dogs, several cats, chickens, pigs and their large vegetable garden. Caleb enjoys home improvement projects, fishing, sporting events and spending as much time as possible with his family and friends.
Caleb is a veteran of the Minnesota National Guard, serving his country in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
He concentrates his practice in the areas of:
- Construction Law
- Debtor/Creditor Law
- General Litigation
- Landlord Tenant
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Caleb graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and a minor in English. He received his J.D. degree from Mitchell Law School in St. Paul. During law school, he was a Student Bar Association representative to the Curriculum Committee and a Veteran’s Assistance Outreach Committee member.
Prior to joining Rinke Noonan, Caleb served as an associate attorney at a law firm in Greater Minnesota, as well as a law clerk, Minnesota House of Representatives intern, small business owner and production manufacturing lead.
With his varied background and experience, Caleb brings a practical understanding of real-life situations to his client-first practice.
U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
When not working for his clients, Caleb can be found either hunting and fishing, or playing softball with his four daughters. He currently sits as the Treasurer of the Hutchinson Fast-pitch Association and is the Vice President of the Crow River Builders Association. He also chairs the Constitution Committee at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Hutchinson. In the past he has been the president of the Our Saviors PTL.
Our attorneys have experience in all facets of landlord-tenant issues. From drafting leases, representing management companies, tenant disputes, eviction actions, repair claims, fair housing and fair housing complaints. The housing attorneys at Rinke Noonan have professional relationships with legal aid attorneys, the courts and other tenant advocates.
We help clients comply with the intricate regulations and laws surrounding the Violence Against Women Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Housing Act and HUD regulations. Our landlord-tenant lawyers also counsel on issues related to criminal screening and assistance animals.