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I have gone to Sean for legal counsel on multiple occasions. Each time, he has treated me and my problem with the utmost respect and attention and has always provided well-reasoned legal advice. He knows the law and always explains it to me in a way I can understand and use. Further, his ability to find solutions to my legal issues or point me in the right direction is unparalleled. I highly recommend seeking Sean’s counsel whether it be business or employment related or for any other legal issue you may have.
I have had the pleasure of working with Attorney Ruppert on several occasions, in both personal as well as business related matters. He is always very responsive, returning my phone calls or emails in a very timely manner…usually within a matter of an hour or two. He is extremely knowledgeable of the applicable law, analyzes the matter at hand in great detail, explains it in a way that you can understand, and then recommends the best course of action to take for each particular issue. His caring attitude and personal service just cannot be beat!!! I will continue to use the services of Attorney Ruppert for all of my legal needs, and I highly recommend him to anyone who may be in need of legal services.
Sean Ruppert, a business law and litigation attorney, merged his independent practice with the KM&A in 2015, becoming a core member of the team. He now focuses on two main areas of law: business law and civil litigation. Sean guides business owners in avoiding costly mistakes and making good decisions with their contract negotiation, insurance decisions, employment practices, and entity formation. “Sean is a strategic thinker and a savvy negotiator when advising small businesses and fighting in court.” When employers mistreat employees, he fights for the fair compensation of the employees. Sean is a strategic thinker and a savvy negotiator when advising small businesses and fighting in court.
Sean is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he participated in the Immigration Law Clinic, providing pro bono representation to refugees in asylum hearings. He earned his Bachelor’s in Journalism at West Virginia University and worked for several years as a newspaper reporter prior to attending law school.
For pro bono work, Sean volunteers with Project Olympus, a business incubator affiliated with Carnegie Mellon University. At CMU, he advises entrepreneurs on legal issues involved in forming and running a business.
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law (J.D.)
- West Virginia University (B.S.)
- Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania