David J. Treacy

P: (859) 425-1037
F: (859) 425-1099
David concentrates his practice in complex corporate and commercial litigation in the state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as before state administrative agencies. His litigation experience on behalf of businesses and individuals encompasses a wide variety of issues in corporate and commercial law, including shareholder; membership and partnership disputes; contract and non-compete issues; warranty disputes; business torts; commercial leases; real estate litigation; construction litigation; mechanics liens; insurance coverage; and litigation involving the constitutionality and interpretation of statutes. David works closely with clients and in-house counsel to formulate litigation strategy and position cases in advance of trial to achieve positive and cost-effective resolutions. 

David also represents clients in alternative dispute resolution proceedings, including mediations and arbitrations. In addition, he has been trained to mediate civil disputes and serves as a pro bono mediator for the Fayette County District Court.

David is a member of the firm's Anti-Harassment and Systems committees.

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Kentucky Bar Association
  • Fayette County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Central Kentucky American Inn of Court, Barrister
  • Bell Court Neighborhood Association, Board of Directors, Treasurer, Past President
  • Notre Dame Club of Central Kentucky, Past President
  • Leadership Lexington Class of 2010
  • Lexington Young Professionals Association
  • Fayette County District Court, Small Claims, Pro Bono Mediator
  • Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Mentor


  • Peer Review Rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell for Litigation, Business Law and Commercial Law
  • Selected for the Kentucky Super Lawyers Rising Stars® List
  • Certificate, 40-hour Basic Conflict Transformation Skills, Lexington Mediation
  • Certificate, Preventing Bad Settlement Decisions and Impasse (18 hour training), Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law