Attorney David Jacuk concentrates his practice on the representation of condominium and Common Interest Community Associations (townhome, homeowners). He has focused on assessment collection, covenant enforcement, zoning matters, drafting and amending governing documents, general counsel, and litigation. David’s strong litigation background allows him to help his clients navigate the court process to ensure they are always well represented and well informed.
Prior to joining KSN, David spent several years as a paralegal at an Indianapolis law firm primarily handling insurance defense matters. During that time, David learned positive client relationships are critical to the success of a case. He worked closely with clients, as well as opposing counsel, in responding to discovery, and drafting various motions and briefs. David then took a position with a major insurance company in Indianapolis where he served as a paralegal serving the company’s New Jersey office. Dave assisted with many high-profile, high-dollar cases, primarily focused on research, motion drafting, brief writing, trial preparation, and discovery. In this role, Dave received numerous awards for his work ethic and the quality of his work. David began his attorney career with Tanner Law Group in 2018.
David is a member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) where he has been a presenter at education sessions for association board members and professional property managers. He also volunteers with IndyBar where he assists newly graduated law school students who are preparing to take the bar exam by discussing their study routine and by grading mock essays.
David received his BA in sociology and his paralegal certificate from IUPUI. He obtained his JD from Indiana University’s McKinney School of Law while also working full-time.
"Indiana Stay at Home Order: Impact on Community Associations" - Attorney David Jacuk reviews the “Stay at Home Order” issued by Indiana Governor Holcomb and how it impacts community associations. He also discusses the effects this order has on evictions and foreclosures. (10 mins.)