Welcome to the website of the Kaup Law
Office,
a Kansas law firm with a vast amount of
experience working with land developers, counties and
cities and other units of local government.  Jim Kaup
has over 25 years of experience in working on local
government, annexation, land use, land development,
planning and zoning and many other matters.

Jim Kaup provides legal services for municipal
governments in the following areas:

  •        Land use planning, zoning and subdivision
  •        Annexations
  •        Economic development
  •        Development land use approvals
  •        Municipal Finance and administration
  •        Tort liability
  •        Employment law, discrimination
  •        Constitutional law
  •        Fair Labor Standards Act
  •        Civil rights
  •        Environmental law, solid waste disposal
  •        Risk management
  •        Legislative lobbying
  •        Representation before state agencies
  •        Ordinance and resolution drafting
  •        Civil litigation and litigation support
James Kaup

Kaup Law Office, LC
214 SW 6th Avenue,
Suite 306
Topeka, KS 66603
785-235-1111

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Jim
James Kaup
Kaup Law Office, LC
214 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 302
Topeka, KS 66603
785-235-1111
Land Development, Land Use and
Planning, Municipal Law, Annexations,
Development Agreements
Employment Law

For information about
the legal services that
Jim provides to Kansas
employees,
click here.
Jim Kaup is a Kansas licensed attorney located in Topeka, Kansas, who works with Kansas
employees throughout the state of Kansas.  He is available to help Kansas employees in
Atchison, Lawrence, Topeka, Manhattan, Emporia, Salina, Hutchinson, Goodland, Great Bend,
Dodge City, and Wichita.  His location in Topeka makes it easy for him to work with employees
in Douglas, Shawnee and Sedgwick counties.  

As the state's Capitol, Jim has access in Topeka to a wide array of legal materials not generally
available in other parts of the state.  Jim has often worked with legislators in Topeka, and
brought cases to the Kansas Supreme Court and the Kansas Court of Appeals, both in Topeka.