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Kevin Lumpkin

Kevin Lumpkin

Litigation Partner at Sheehey Furlong & Behm P.C.
  • Business Law, Intellectual Property, Appeals & Appellate ...
  • Vermont
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Kevin is an experienced litigator in the practice areas of complex commercial litigation, class actions, medical malpractice defense, consumer fraud litigation, breach of contract litigation, products liability defense, professional regulation, compliance, and land use and zoning. He is both a trial and appellate litigator, and he has participated in numerous jury trials and bench trials.

Kevin practice is focused primarily on civil litigation, serving both business and individuals. He practices in both state and federal court, as well as before various State agencies and boards. Kevin regularly represents licensed professionals both in civil lawsuits and regulatory proceedings. He is experienced in representing doctors, nurses, and other licensed professionals before courts, the Medical Practice Board, and the Office of Professional Regulation (OPR). He also represents lawyers before the Professional Responsibility Board (PRB.) Prior to joining Sheehey, Kevin served as a law clerk for the Vermont Superior Courts in Bennington, Addison, and Chittenden Counties.

In 2020, Vermont Business Magazine recognized Kevin as one of 40 rising stars under 40 years old. For every year from 2015 through 2023, Super Lawyers magazine has named Kevin to its list of Rising Stars in New England in the practice area of business litigation. In 2016, Kevin received the Vermont Bar Association’s Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award for his work providing indigent litigants with legal representation through a pro bono clinic at the civil division of the Chittenden Superior Court.

Kevin serves as the Treasurer and a Board Member for Vermont Work for Women, a local non-profit organization. He also serves as the Burlington Trustee for Town Meeting Television, the public access channel serving Chittenden County. He is the Past Chair of the Young Lawyers Division, and previously served as Chair of the Winooski Development Review Board.

Vanderbilt University Law School
J.D. (2011)
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Professional Experience
Litigation Partner
Sheehey Furlong & Behm P.C.
- Current
Litigation Associate
Sheehey Furlong & Behm P.C.
Judicial Law Clerk
Vermont Judiciary
New England Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Named a Rising Star in business litigation every year since 2015.
"40 Under 40" Rising Star
Vermont Business Magazine
Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award
Vermont Bar Association
Professional Associations
Vermont Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
Former Chair
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Winooski Development Review Board
Former Chair
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Vermont Works for Women
Treasurer and Board Member
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Town Meeting Television
President and Burlington Trustee
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Vermont Business Roundtable
Associate Member
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Vermont Supreme Court
ID Number: 5147
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Practice Areas
Business Law
Business Litigation
Intellectual Property
Appeals & Appellate
Civil Appeals, Federal Appeals
White Collar Crime
Medical Malpractice
Landlord Tenant
Evictions, Landlord Rights, Tenants' Rights
Additional Practice Area
  • Civil litigation
  • English: Spoken, Written
Legal Answers
Q. is my landlord allowed to come into my apartment every month for check-ins, showings, and "fixes"?
A: Your landlord is permitted to enter your unit for one of four reasons:

(1) when necessary to inspect the premises;

(2) to make necessary or agreed repairs, alterations, or improvements;

(3) to supply agreed services; or

(4) to exhibit the dwelling unit to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, tenants, workers, or contractors.

Your landlord must provide 48 hours' notice before making entry, but can ask for permission to enter in less time than that, and the law requires that you not unreasonably withhold permission.
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Sheehey Furlong & Behm P.C.
30 Main Street
6th Floor
Burlington, VT 05401
Telephone: (802) 864-9891