Marc Dann brings a lifelong commitment to standing up for ordinary people to his law practice
Marc Dann has spent hundreds of hours in courtrooms across the nation representing and fighting for the thousands of clients who turned to him for help and guidance during his career as an attorney in private practice.
It was his concern for the problems that beset the men and women who sought his representation as their lawyer—problems caused by job loss, a failing economy, drug abuse, domestic violence, and lack of health care–that motivated Marc to enter public service, first as a member of the Liberty Local Schools Board of Education, then as a member of the Ohio Senate and later as Ohio Attorney General.
Marc Dann has continued the fight in his law practice by choosing to represent:
Working men and women mistreated and underpaid in the work place and the labor unions that represent them.
Whistleblowers who seek to root out government corruption under the Federal False Claims Act.
Families in Transition and Parents Seeking Custody of their Children
Those facing challenges in the criminal justice system
Victims of Environmental Pollution
Victims of Corporate crimes involving consumer and securities fraud
Marc Dann has a record of Success on Behalf of his clients.
Some of the precedent setting legal battles Marc Dann has won include:
An Ohio Supreme Court Decision making it easier for non-custodial parents to increase visitation for their children.
A Sixth Circuit Decision declaring Public Pensions to be held in trust for the benefit of both spouses.
A Sixth Circuit Decision opening the door to hold Wall Street Investment Banks liable for failing to comply with Federal Plant Closing Laws.
Obtaining the first injunction preventing a subprime lender from foreclosing on Ohio Homeowners.
Negotiating the largest Securities Fraud Settlement in Ohio Public Pension Fund History
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Marc Dann is a 1984 graduate of the University of Michigan, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in history. He graduated from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1987 and, after devoting the initial stages of his career to public service, entered private practice in Northeast Ohio in 1991.