Marc Dann, Dann Law
I met Marc Dann several months ago when we were both guests on a conference call sponsored by an Ohio title company. ¬†I’m embarrassed to say that I didn’t know much about him prior to that evening when we met during that call. ¬†I mean, I knew he was the former Attorney General for the State of Ohio, and I had heard through the grapevine that he was one of the good guys… that as Ohio’s AG he had gone after the banksters, servicers foreclosure mills, and others of that ilk, so I figured we’d get along.
What I didn’t know at that time was that two weeks later he and I would be having dinner in San Diego, discussing the intricate details inherent to the financial and foreclosure crises, and developing a friendship that I now see will very likely last a lifetime. ¬†I also didn’t know while we were having dinner that first night, that the next morning he’d be introducing me to Elizabeth Warren… and for that, I cannot thank him enough.
That Marc’s a very smart attorney should go without saying. ¬†But beyond just being smart, he’s about as experienced as one can get, and he absolutely cares about his clients and about justice for all. ¬†He’s a native of Cleveland, Ohio, ¬†a 1984 graduate of the University of Michigan, where he earned a bachelor‚Äôs degree in history, and a graduate of ¬†Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1987. He devoted the initial years of his career to public service, and now is in private practice in Northeast Ohio.
Would I hire him to represent me? ¬†You’re damn right I would. ¬†Without any hesitation whatsoever. ¬†Tell him you’re a reader of Mandelman Matters and you’ll immediately have something in common as he reads me all the time.
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