Mr. Rapp is a leader in the litigation practice group. He has practiced law in... more
Mr. Rapp is a leader in the litigation practice group. He has practiced law in Wichita for more than three decades with experience handling criminal and civil cases before federal, state, and appellate courts, as well as administrative agencies. David earned his Juris Doctorate from the Washburn University School of Law, after which he began his legal career as an assistant Kansas attorney gene... view profile
Following graduation from law school, Mr. Theis served as a law clerk to the... more
Following graduation from law school, Mr. Theis served as a law clerk to the Honorable Howard C. Bratton of the United States District Court in New Mexico. He also served as an assistant attorney general for the state of Kansas and as an assistant United States attorney. Roger has engaged in private civil litigation and appellate practice in Wichita since 1981.
Mr. Barth works in the firms litigation group, representing clients before... more
Mr. Barth works in the firms litigation group, representing clients before administrative agencies and in state and federal courts in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Employment Law. Erics practice also includes representing both condemning authorities and landowners in the areas of eminent domain and condemnation. While attending the University of Kansas School of Law, Eric served a... view profile
Land use / zoning attorneys help you understand land use laws and zoning regulations, both of which concern how you use your land (for businesses, homes, farms, factories, etc.). Zoning regulations specify things such as how close together different types of buildings can be (for example, single-family homes versus high-rise apartment buildings), how far back from the sidewalk buildings must be set, how high you can build, and how much parking you need to provide. A land use / zoning attorney can determine which rules apply to your property and development activities, and whether you qualify for any exceptions to these rules.