Practice Areas and Experience

Among significant appellate cases, most involving matters of first impression, handled principally by Mr. Troup are the following:

A case in which the Kansas Supreme Court, for the first time, allowed punitive damages in a case involving a landlord/tenant dispute

A case in which the court of appeals determined that the statutory conversion penalty against fiduciaries was mandatory and not discretionary

A case in which the Kansas Supreme Court held a city weapons ordinance was unconstitutional

A case in which the Kansas Supreme Court reversed a conviction based upon erroneous admission of child hearsay

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