Chad Zimlich doesn’t seek confrontation just for the sake of confrontation. However, when litigation occurs, Chad enjoys digging into the facts and structuring a vigorous defense that fits with his client’s business strategy. Chad understands that litigation is stressful for clients and he brings a calming, reassuring approach to help clients navigate the process. Chad served as a prosecutor in Louisville-Jefferson County and served as a staff attorney for the Honorable Phillip J. Shepherd, Chief Judge of the Franklin County Circuit Court. Those roles provided him with the tools for working with and against governmental entities. His litigation experience spans a variety of disputes from breach of contract and easement actions to complex, multi-party suits involving large public and private entities. Whether he’s negotiating settlement or presenting a case before a judge, Chad’s goal is to resolve matters efficiently with his client’s objectives foremost in mind.
2018-2019 Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
2017-2018 Assistant County Attorney, Criminal Division, Jefferson County Attorney's Office
2016-2017 Staff Attorney, Franklin County Circuit Court
2015 Law Clerk, Weber & Rose, PSC
2014 Legal Intern, Office of the Attorney General, Commonwealth of Kentucky