Practice Areas

  • Appellate Law

    Appellate Law

    The first principle of appellate law is to file an A+ caliber brief. The second principle is to retain experienced and skilled counsel to succeed at oral argument. The appeal is a high leverage aspect of the case and Chase Law provides the highest level of appellate representation for clients in state and federal courts.

    An appellate attorney must know the law and present arguments in a clear and persuasive manner. As an appellate lawyer who is also trial counsel, Ken Chase integrates appellate considerations at every phase of the litigation to optimize his clients’ positions. Ken Chase is a trial lawyer who has won trials and won appeals, successfully briefing and arguing appellate matters in Florida, California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York. Chase Law appellate work is clear, powerful and persuasive.
  • Business Litigation

    Complex Commercial Litigation

    Chase Law attorneys have substantial experience handling complex commercial litigation matters, and Ken Chase has won multiple trial verdicts for his clients. As trial counsel, Ken successfully defended a billion dollar international advertising company in a Lanham Act false advertising trial. He handled all aspects of the trial as first chair and secured a full defense verdict. Ken also successfully defended his client in the appeal before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.

    Ken represented a Fortune 100 credit card company and an advertising company in numerous litigation matters across the country. Ken has also represented the world’s largest privately held staffing company, a biotechnology company, consulting companies and a professional sports team.
  • Employment Law

    Employment Law

    Chase Law attorneys aggressively represent businesses in state and federal employment law matters. Ken Chase successfully represented a fast-growing business facing multiple claims for purported violations of the Fair Labor Standard Act and he negotiated a very favorable resolution. He represents clients in Title VII and whistleblower matters on the plaintiff’s side and the defense side.

    Chase Law attorneys regularly defend clients against allegations of purported ADA violations and Title VII claims. As a trial lawyer, Ken is prepared to handle all phases of the case.
  • Insurance Matters

    Insurance Matters

    Chase Law attorneys can handle virtually any insurance-related dispute. For many years, Ken Chase represented a Fortune 50 global insurance company in more than 20 litigation matters in state and federal courts in Florida, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Georgia.
  • Intellectual Property
    Chase Law features a diverse and rapidly-growing intellectual property practice focused on licensing, portfolio development, brand protection and enforcement. As a diversified litigation firm, Chase Law aggressively prosecutes and defends infringement actions.
  • Real Estate

    Real Estate

    Chase Law provides a full 360 degree spectrum of services in real estate matters.

    Ken Chase represented the world’s largest commercial real estate management company in a contract litigation matter. He represented a global construction and drilling company in a matter involving a slurry wall. His experience includes establishment and enforcement of liens, litigation of purchase and sales agreements, defense and prosecution of claims involving latent defects, commercial tax appeals, negotiating leases and writing title insurance policies.

    Ken's practice also includes a range of transactional services in commercial, multi-family and residential transactions.

  • Special Matters

    Special Matters

    As a former prosecutor, Ken Chase understands how the government puts together a case and he has spent thousands of hours vigorously defending companies and individuals against claims in multiple contexts.

    In his special matters practice, Ken successfully defended a client in a mortgage fraud investigation by the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Due to his advocacy and attention to detail, the Federal Reserve never filed charges. Ken defended a client in a money laundering asset forfeiture proceeding before the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and he secured the return of all seized funds.