• Kenneth E. Chase

    Ken is an aggressive and skilled litigator who has been fighting for his clients for the past 15 years. As a former prosecutor and experienced courtroom litigator, he has tried over 40 cases. He has represented some of the largest and most successful companies in the world as well as start-up companies and emerging businesses. Ken’s passion is high-energy, fast-paced litigation and he represents both plaintiffs and defendants. Licensed in seven states across the country and more than 20 federal courts, Ken’s practice includes appellate law, business litigation, employment law, insurance matters, real estate and special matters.

    Ken is the managing attorney of the firm’s Miami Beach office. Prior to forming Chase Law, Ken practiced in the Washington, DC offices of Shook, Hardy & Bacon and Lathrop & Gage, where he represented clients in state and federal courts across the country. Ken also practiced as an assistant state attorney at the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office, where he protected the rights of victims and successfully secured guilty jury verdicts in murder, armed robbery and narcotics trafficking trials. He also argued appeals and was selected as special counsel in executive assignments by the Florida Governor’s Office.

    Chase Law is a full-service law firm with fierce, tenacious and results-oriented lawyers who never stop fighting for their clients.

  • Aryeh L. Kaufman
    Aryeh is a dynamic and analytic attorney who focuses on business litigation, intellectual property and employment matters. In managing all phases of litigation, Aryeh crafts customized and powerful approaches to pre-trial and trial strategy, dispositive motions and targeted discovery practice. Clients appreciate Aryeh’s responsiveness, attention to detail and fierce dedication to his clients’ rights and interests.

    Aryeh’s full-service business litigation, IP and employment practice is at the next level with Chase Law’s national platform. Aryeh and his family are involved in the Los Angeles legal community and he is an active member of the Anti-Defamation League’s Legal Advisory Committee.
  • Zackary D. Slankard

    Zack is a very hardworking and aggressive attorney who focuses on zealous and detail-oriented representation of his clients.  Zack litigates complex commercial litigation matters, drafts motions and memoranda, appears in court to argue motions and handles all phases of discovery. While in law school, Zack successfully competed in mock trials and focused on matters involving evidence and courtroom programs.

    Prior to joining Chase Law, Zack practiced at a South Florida firm assisting in construction and business litigation matters. He also clerked for the Honorable Judge Patricia Marino-Pedraza of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Coral Gables.

  • Jordan D. Utanski

    Jordan is an attorney in the firm’s Miami Beach office and concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation, class action litigation, and general civil litigation matters.

    Before joining Chase Law, he gained invaluable trial experience at a prominent Fort Lauderdale trial firm representing a wide variety of clients, ranging from high net-worth individuals to a federally recognized Indian Tribe. Jordan also previously practiced at a boutique class action firm in South Florida, where he litigated high-profile cases on behalf of individual and institutional shareholders against publicly traded companies in federal and state courts throughout the country. While primarily focused on securities fraud actions and shareholder derivative cases, Jordan also has extensive experience representing consumers in federal class actions for violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

    While in law school, Jordan interned with the public companies and securities group of a national law firm in Fort Lauderdale, conducting due diligence and reviewing regulatory filings for various securities transactions and M&A deals. In 2011, Jordan graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Economics with a minor in Mathematics. In 2014, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, where he was a member of the Nova Law Review.