Zach attended law school at the University of Illinois on a substantial merit-based scholarship, graduating cum laude. While at the U of I, his article about long-term care financing reform was published by the Illinois Elder Law Journal. He also received the Ward F. McDonald scholarship for excellence in real estate, and was selected as a runner-up for the Paul Lisnek Award, which is given for excellence in law school trial advocacy.Throughout law school, Zach worked at BRE Law as a law clerk. Prior to joining us, he spent many years working in the construction industry, first as a non-union worker for his grandfather’s construction company and then as a union fire sprinkler fitter for Local 669.
Today, Zach mainly focuses his practice on personal injury, workers compensation, products liability, and construction/real estate litigation. Zach works on all of the firm’s mass tort and class action cases, and is currently serving on the leadership committee of a nationwide class action concerning an allegedly deceptively marketed and labeled product, 303 Tractor Hydraulic Fluid.