Chelsea Stanley is a member of the firm's Torts & Insurance Practice Service Group.
Federal Rule 26(A)(2) Expert Witness Disclosures: Strategies for Composing and Attacking Expert Disclosures
Article, 83 J. Air. L. & Com. 67 (2018)
(Properly) In Pursuit of the Perfect Forum
Practice Points, Section of Litigation - Products Liability, American Bar Association, September 1, 2016
Using the Amended Federal Rule of Civil Procedure to Guide Case Management
The Affordable Care Act: The Latest Obstacle in the Path of Receiving Complementary and Alternative Health Care
The Effects of Workplace Smoking Bans on Smoking Prevalence: A State Level Analysis
Indiana Office Recruiting Committee, Member
Chelsea joined the firm after participating in its summer associate program in 2013 and 2014. She also was an Intern for Judge David Hamilton, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
Chelsea volunteers as a U4 and U6 soccer coach for Louisville Soccer Club. She enjoys playing soccer, hiking, traveling, and trying new restaurants around Louisville.
As the country slowly recovers from the economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Kentucky’s lawmakers have stepped in to provide protections to the businesses and workers that will help get the Commonwealth back on its feet. On the last day of the most recent legislative session, Senate Bill 5 became law when the Governor declined to sign or veto it. This legislation, similar to laws in 30 other states, offers immunity from COVID-19-related negligence actions to business owners and essential service providers working to prevent the spread of the virus.