Matthew J. Konenkamp
About Matthew J. KonenkampMatt Konenkamp has a diverse practice that ranges from real estate to personal injury litigation. This includes handling complex real estate litigation and transactions, consulting with real estate brokerages and agents to help them manage transactions and compliance issues and handling other types of complex litigation and transactions. It also includes a vast array of other issues that are capable of being resolved through strategic negotiation or alternatively through litigation. Matt is a trained mediator, negotiator and facilitator. He received his training at the #1 ranked school in the United States for Alternative Dispute Resolution, the Strauss Institute and has received additional training at the University of Denver and in Chicago under the tutelage of a Northwestern Law Professor. Matt provides cutting edge solutions to today's legal problems and approaches conflict with a view to solve it through strategic negotiation in an effort to save his clients money. Matt is a capable trial attorney, however, and if negotiations fail to achieve an acceptable result for his client, litigation is always an option.
In addition to maintaing his law practice Matt is the President and Founder of The South Dakota Dispute Resolution Center, which serves clients by helping them reach practical solutions to issues that otherwise would be resolved through years of litigation. The South Dakota Dispute Resolution Center serves people and businesses who choose not to spend years and tens of thousands of dollars fighting, but who want to reach a practical result in a comparatively short amount of time.
Matt believes strongly in community service and has therefore spent a great deal of time working with local charities. Matt served as the President of the Rapid City Area Jaycees, a charitable organization that focuses almost entirely on providing for underprivileged or disabled children, as the Director of Toys For Tots for Western South Dakota, as the Chairman of the YMCA Kids Campaign and as an organizer of Children's Care Hospital annual fundraiser.
Matt is married to Joslyn Konenkamp and they have a two little boys named Jack and Luke. Matt and Joslyn are expecting twins in January, 2012.
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Landlord Tenant
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- General Civil
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Partner, Matthew J. Konenkamp P.C.|
|University of South Dakota||J.D.||Real Estate, Business, Debtor Creditor, ADR, Negotiations|
|Honors: Law Review Note & Comment Editor|
|Activities: Faculty Recruiting Committee; Instructor, Governor's Camp|
|Chairman||YMCA Kids Campaign|
|West River Director||Toys For Tots|
|President||South Dakota Young Lawyers Division, South Dakota Bar|
|Vice Chairman||Pennington County Republican Party|
|Executive Board, Secretary||South Dakota Republican Party|
|Member, South Dakota State Bar|
@Wagnut crazy!— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) September 22, 2014
http://t.co/bZpE0jxYna What say you?— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) September 15, 2014
#heartbreaker #Dawgs— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) September 13, 2014
RT @washingtonpost: Abraham Lincoln was sure he would lose the election of 1864 http://wapo.st/1ADNEx6— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) September 11, 2014
The inhumanity. http://t.co/Ih6Ax3S40D— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) September 2, 2014
UN: "The Yazidis have been buried alive, beheaded or killed in mass executions," he said. http://t.co/qJsC0cPgyc— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) September 1, 2014
Dawgs! #Gurley4Heisman— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) August 30, 2014
Can we now say that the strategy of peace through appeasement is a poor strategy? Reagan was right, peace through strength is the better str— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) August 8, 2014
RT @Pontifex: Please take a moment today to pray for all those who have been forced from their homes in Iraq. #PrayForPeace— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) August 8, 2014
“@LukeRussert: Obama on #USA policy post 9/11 "we tortured some folks."” ....3 seconds later: Obama "please donate to the DNC."— Matthew J. Konenkamp (@mattkonenkamp) August 1, 2014