Since joining Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit in 2007, Chad Souders has concentrated his practice in civil and commercial litigation, forcible entry and detainer, covenant and rule enforcement, the collection of damages and fees, and other disputes. Chad routinely appears in court to handle collection matters, evictions, landlord/tenant disputes, and breaches of contract.
Even in a trying economy, Chad has repeatedly prevailed on behalf of his clients as they seek to collect monies that are lawfully owed to them. Whether he’s working with an association with many units or a landlord with one unit, Chad prides himself on being equally dedicated and accessible to every one of his clients.
Chad obtained his undergraduate degree in Social Science from Mt. St. Clare College. He went on to receive his law degree with a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Hamline University School of Law where he was a recipient of the Thurgood Marshall scholarship.