|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Lifetime Membership||Marquette University Law School Pro Bono Society||2009|
|Partner||Roney & Knupp, LLC||2012 - Present|
|Partner||Seifert & Knupp||2010 - 2012|
|Private Bar Appointee||Wisconsin State Public Defender||2009 - 2010|
|Student Practioner||Milwaukee Trial Division - Wisconsin State Public Defender||2008 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Illinois State Bar Association||Member||2010 - Present|
|Milwaukee Bar Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|State Bar of Wisconsin||Member||2009 - Present|
|Marquette University Alumni Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|Lagunas, Ramder, and Wunderlich vs. Wisconsin O'Connor Corporation||Judgment for Plaintiffs affirmed on appeal|
|Krivoshein v. Wells Fargo Bank & Great Lakes Recovery||Settled|
|See all legal cases|
|Wisconsin Law Journal||Cutting the Cord: Attorneys Weigh Risks When Cutting Ties with Difficult Clients||2012|
|Marquette University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2009|
|University of Wisconsin - Madison||Political Science||Bachelor of Arts||2005|
|Landlord and Tenant Law||Planning Ahead to Avoid Problems during Tenancy||2012|
Posted by anonymous
I am from out-of-state and was cited for speeding in Milwaukee in August, 2014, and assessed 6 demerit points and $229.20 penalty deposit. Knowing that a standard reduction to 4 or 3 demerit points is routinely offered at the first court appearance if the defendant accepts the charge without argument, I sought the help of an attorney who would listen to and assess my version of the events, and represent me, in arguing for a non-moving violation penalty or zero demerit points. Three other lawyers (whose mailed advertisements I responded to) showed little interest in listening to my story (one derided me just for making an attempt at telling it) and emphasized their low advertised fees (simply to accept the court's predetermined offer on my behalf).
I researched for an Attorney on my own. Of course, Atty. Knupp's published credentials were good and unblemished. Most importantly, our initial interaction (the "free consultation" phase) revealed his qualities of being an honest, compassionate and analytic listener. He was up-front about what could and couldn't be done, but I got the sense that he would do his best to achieve my goals. His fees were very reasonable, and well-defined (relative to the amount of work done). And yes, on the 1st court appearance date, our goal was achieved. The penalty was reduced to that of a non-moving violation, with no additional dollars owed to the county other than that already paid-for as my deposit. He did his work efficiently and successfully; I received the good news by phone, while I was at home, right after it was done.
I would recommend Atty. Knupp, without reservations, to anyone looking for a good partner to help out with legal issues in any field he says he is qualified to practice law in.
Posted by anonymous
Evan Knupp is an excellent tenant/landlord lawyer. While working on my case he kept me well informed and educated on the proceedings of my case. His lawyer fees are extremely reasonable and he provided me with results in my case that I am extremely pleased with. I highly recommend Evan Knupp to anyone that is facing a tenant/landlord issue and/or any other area of his legal expertise.
Jared Nusbaum, Litigation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I have known Attorney Knupp for several years. I have had the opportunity to see him in Court and he is an outstanding advocate for his clients. Attorney Knupp works tirelessly to provide excellent legal advice in a manner his clients can understand.
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