Chad handles complex commercial litigation on behalf of a wide range of corporate clients, from Fortune 500 multinationals to ambitious mid-market firms.
His practice is notably diverse, but Chad has particularly deep experience with breach of contract, false advertising, fraud, unfair trade practice, consumer class action, and privacy claims. He recently co-led the successful defense of a global hotel chain in a proposed national consumer class action that involved allegations of “bait-and-switch” advertising with potential damages in the high eight figures.
Indeed, Chad has accrued substantial courtroom experience, having tried multiple jury and bench trials and arbitrations for key firm clients in major commercial disputes.
In addition to his private practice, Chad is committed to pro bono and civic engagement. Inspired by his family’s own experience with Alzheimer's, Chad has been active in both local and national fundraising efforts to benefit research and treatment of this devastating disease. He served as vice chair of the YoungNationALZ group, chair of the sponsorship committee for Washington, D.C.’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s, and has raised more than $50,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Chad received his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He is the former president of Brandeis’s Alumni Club of Washington, D.C.
He earned his law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, where he was lead research editor for the Temple Law Review and served as a teaching assistant for a Legal Research and Writing course. Chad also served as a judicial intern to The Honorable M. Faith Angell, a U.S. Magistrate Judge of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.