Honors & Awards
The Best Lawyers in America®, 2023-2024 (Commercial Litigation)
United States District Court, Western District of Kentucky
United States District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
- The University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, J.D., 2006
- Deans Community Service Award
- The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, B.A. - English, 2001
- With Honors
- Cum Laude
Zach Webster’s career as a real estate and commercial litigation attorney began with a love of language and history. As a law student, he was fascinated by the notion that property law concepts that developed during the feudal era and evolved in the 18th and 19th century to accommodate the challenges faced by Americans as they moved west were still relevant to a real estate attorney’s practice today. He was also intrigued by the language and interpretation–based nature of the practice of law. His intellectual curiosity and analytical skills allow him to help his clients understand the law and apply it to his or her own unique circumstances. Zach’s clients rely on him to think creatively to provide novel, detailed and practical solutions to the legal issues they face.
In his Lexington-based practice, Zach assists clients in various areas of the law, primarily real estate and commercial litigation. He handles matters including professional liability defense, lien enforcement, credit default and foreclosure, post-judgment collection remedies, creditor’s rights, and bankruptcy. Zach’s background working in the banking and financial sector gives him an informed perspective that gives his clients an edge as they search for solutions.
In every matter, Zach works with his clients to achieve the most successful outcome by mastering the facts of his or her case and tirelessly pursuing all avenues of redress. He combines his attention to detail and eye for nuance with his experience and understanding of the real-world consequences of his advice to provide each client with a solution-based approach to his or her case.
When he’s not working, Zach enjoys jogging, fishing, playing guitar, and spending time with his wife, Liz, and their three children.
News & Insights
- New Changes to Kentucky’s Judgment Lien Statute Ends Perpetual Lien Renewal and Imposes New Obligations on Judgment Creditors July 7, 2023
- How Does Hensley v. Gadd Affect Your Kentucky Short-Term Rental Business? April 26, 2023
- Don’t Leave Your Clients High and Dry: What Real Estate Agents Should Know Before Using an Escalation Clause December 15, 2021