A professional with a personal touch.
Entering Mr. Huppert's legal headquarters (a smallish office off of 14th and Oak) a person is confronted with action figures, thank you cards and comic book heroes displayed proudly. As well it should be.
Mr. Huppert shares a glimpse of his interests and wants openly and honestly which, to me, is a good sign that he is his own person in spite of the legacy of his legal profession. He is ever professional in the tradition of the legal community when lawyers were more than the end of an insulting joke. Where modern lawyers have become glib and personal, blurring the line between a friend and an employee, Mr. Huppert seems proud to be able to have manners and self control that seems to be lost in today's legal field. I like that.
Mr. Huppert continues to show his individuality with his dedication and thoroughness to each legal issue I have come to him with. Constantly considering each item of business (no matter how large or small) with equal measure, Mr. Huppert chooses his words carefully and honestly.
When in court he is well researched on the items at hand; his youth shown by his awkwardness at times when speaking but, is overshadowed by his preparation and certainty of the facts. I am sure he will only become smoother and more confident with experience.
Whereas, I hope I am not constantly in need of his services, he will be the legal counsel I choose for myself and recommend to my friends and family.