Clay W. Havill
Member , Evansville IN
Clay joined Stoll Keenon Ogden as a Member in 2022. An experienced attorney, he is part of the firm’s Business Litigation, Family Law Services, and Healthcare practice groups.
Clay focuses his practice on advising a range of small businesses and large corporate clients throughout southern Indiana—primarily in Evansville and Washington. He advises his clients in matters of business litigation and navigating complex legal issues in a timely and efficient manner.
As a member of the firm’s Business Litigation practice group, Clay concentrates on commercial construction litigation, employment disputes, and family law. He has also developed expertise in guiding healthcare organizations and physician practice groups.
Prior to joining SKO, Clay was a Partner at Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel, and Shoulders, LLP.
Business Litigation: Clay and the SKO team advise both large and small corporate clients on litigation involving contracts, business dealings, real estate leasing agreements, construction disputes, and employment issues. He often works with clients in commercial construction, including land owners, contractors and subcontractors, and design-builders.
Family Law Services: Clay handles select family law cases providing legal assistance to ensure the client and his/her family are protected in both the short term and into the future.
Healthcare: From provider practice groups, physicians, and hospitals, Clay represents a wide range of healthcare-related clients.
Professional & Community Activities
Evansville Bar Association, Board of Directors, 2012-2018; President, 2017-2018; Young Lawyers Section, Former Chair
WNIN Tri-State Public Media, Inc., Board of Directors, President, 2018-2020
University of Evansville, Harlaxton Society Board of Directors, 2011-2015; UEFC
Indiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Indiana Super Lawyer Rising Star® Honoree, 2016 – 2020
The Best Lawyers in America®, Family Law, 2021 – present
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