Advocating for customers who are misled by false and inaccurate claims by sellers
Why Choose Us
Here are four reasons why you should consider contacting Kneupper & Covey if you believe you need a consumer protection lawyer.
Our firm has experience bringing both state and federal claims. We know the law and have done it before.
We Fight For You
We fight for our clients. We’re not afraid to go to trial.
21st Century Approach
We work in the 21st century. We use modern software to communicate with our clients.
An Honest Assessment
We will give you an honest assessment of your case. If the case has weaknesses we will tell you what they are and why.
Cyclone has been practicing law since 2003. He began his career in complex commercial construction litigation at the firm of Griffin, Cochrane, and Marshall in Atlanta, Georgia. In his first two years as an associate he was lead chair in a major commercial arbitration, second chair in a two-week jury trial in Georgia Superior Court, and the attorney selected to brief and argue a major summary judgment case in the First Circuit Court of Appeals. In 2006 Cyclone left Griffin, Cochrane, and Marshall to join his family’s wholesale auto auction business, Verastar. There he served as the company’s General Counsel and Director of Operations until Verastar was sold to Insurance Auto Auctions in 2008. After Verastar’s sale in 2008 Cyclone acted as both an entrepreneur and general counsel for several companies in which he was an investor or founder. This list of companies includes two software companies: Clearwave Corporation (investor, General Counsel) and AgileLaw (co-founder, General Counsel, Product Visionary); a food delivery startup – ClickChefs (co-founder, General Counsel, Chairman); and a counter terrorism consulting company – Valens Global (co-founder, General Counsel). He has also co-founded several other businesses including a video production company and a wine importing company.Learn More About Cyclone Covey
Kevin has been practicing law for more than 15 years, since 2005. He focuses on consumer protection cases, trying to stop businesses from taking advantage of people. That could be anything from false advertising to charging fees they shouldn’t to outright fraud.
After graduating from the University of Texas School of Law, he started out working for a judge in New Orleans, the Honorable Judge James L. Dennis on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. It was bad timing: Hurricane Katrina hit the city just a few weeks later. But he was able to work as a law clerk on some of the biggest death penalty cases in the country, including one that went all the way to the Supreme Court.
He moved back to Texas in 2007, becoming a principal in a plaintiff’s law firm that was voted one of the “most feared” in the entire country. He focused on high tech cases and patent lawsuits, and was part of the trial team for eight jury trials in multi-million dollar cases. One of them, Versata vs. SAP AG, ended up with a $391 million verdict for his client, Versata. He went toe to toe with some of the best lawyers in the world for some of the biggest companies in the world: Apple, Google, and Oracle, just to name a few.
In 2019, he decided to start a law firm with one of his friends from the Wake Forest college debate team, Cyclone Covey. They decided to focus on cases where they could help average people, instead of just helping one business sue another business. From a class action with tens of thousands of people to helping a single person, they work to find unfair business practices and to stop them.
Suzy Garcia is a Civil Litigation Paralegal with over ten years of experience. Suzy’s areas of specialization are Business Litigation and Employment Law. Suzy obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from California State University Northridge in 2017. In 2009, she completed the Paralegal Certificate Program at the University of Santa Barbara.
Suzy assists attorneys she works with by bringing to bear her extensive experience in Civil Litigation to provide detailed support in completing wide ranging and varied tasks. From complex litigation to simple cases, Suzy is involved from the inception to closing out the files. Suzy maintains close contact with clients and uses her considerable multitasking skills and client management experience to effectively maintain great relationships with them. Suzy helps manage the discovery process, maintain the case calendar and deadlines, and prepare attorneys for hearings and trials.
Bara is an Associate with Kneupper & Covey in the Atlanta office concentrating her practice on representing consumers in state and federal courts as well as arbitration proceedings. Bara protects the rights of clients in Fair Credit Reporting Act claims, warranty disputes, and unfair and deceptive business practices.
Bara earned a Juris Doctor from Emory University School of Law, where she served as the Director of Standards of the Emory Moot Court Society and competed and coached in the annual Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition in New York City.
During her time at Emory Law, Bara served on the executive boards of the Middle Eastern Law Students Association as well as the Muslim Law Students Association. Bara graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, summa cum laude, with Advanced Honors.
Outside of of the law, Bara enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Bara is barred in Georgia only.
Jarrett is an Associate with Kneupper & Covey and has been practicing law since 2021. During his time with Kneupper & Covey, Jarrett has gained experience representing consumers in state and federal court, as well as in arbitration proceedings. Jarrett has focused his practice thus far on cases related to debt collection, warranty disputes, and unfair and deceptive business practices.
Jarrett was drawn to consumer law because it allows him to help ordinary people stand up to large companies that have taken advantage of consumers, and Jarrett enjoys the process of working closely with clients to help them achieve a favorable result that can address the harms that these companies have caused them.
Jarrett attended Emory University School of Law and graduated as one of the top ten in his class. Jarrett served as Executive Managing Editor of the Emory Law Journal and had his student comment published in Issue 70 of the Journal. Prior to law school, Jarrett graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy, a Bachelor of Science degree in public policy, and a minor in Spanish.
Jarrett is barred in Georgia only.
Outside of the law, Jarrett is training for a marathon and enjoys baking and spending time with his cats.
Lorraine is a litigator who loves using her time, energy, and talents to fight for her clients’ consumer and privacy rights.
Lorraine’s practice of law is process-oriented: she aims to not only get great results for her clients, but also to guide them through the dispute resolution process in a way that makes them feel emboldened and informed.
Before joining Kneupper & Covey PC, Lorraine clerked at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California and the Supreme Court of the State of Hawai‘i. She also worked as an associate at a large defense-side law firm.
Lorraine is admitted to practice law in California, Pennsylvania, and Hawai‘i only. Her law degree is from Stanford Law School.
When she’s not lawyering, Lorraine enjoys surfing small to medium-sized waves and baking.
Austin graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 2018, where he was on the editorial board of Texas Law Review—consistently ranked one of the top academic legal journals in the United States. Since he passed the bar in 2018, he’s held positions at several firms, gaining valuable and well-rounded experience, including a large insurance-defense firm, plaintiff’s personal injury firms, a business-oriented general practice firm, and Congress (where he was Legislative Counsel for a U.S. Representative).
Austin enjoys being a plaintiff’s attorney. He has wide-ranging experience in many aspects and areas of litigation (lawsuits) on both sides of the aisle, but he is most passionate about advocating for people who are seeking justice because they’ve been wronged. They often face up against faceless corporations or powerful insurance companies with seemingly infinite resources. Austin uses his love for legal research and writing and advocacy to level the playing field and help his clients find justice and closure.