After serving as a law clerk at Friedman & Nemecek, Tom joined the
firm as an attorney in 2017. Catering to the growing needs of the firm
clients, Tom’s practice is focused on all civil and criminal technology
related matters. Examples of service include representing victims of data
breaches, victims of cyberbullying, victims of online defamation and pioneering
creative strategies for protecting the rights of all individuals harmed
by malicious cyberattacks. He co-teaches Computers & The Law with
Ian Friedman at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
During his time with the firm, Tom has gained valuable insight into the
interplay between technology and the law in both criminal and civil litigation.
His knowledge of emerging technologies, cybersecurity, and the legal system
provide him with a unique ability to approach difficult criminal and civil
matters that involve technological issues. Tom also understands the significant
impact that legal issues can have on the lives of clients and their families.
He takes great pride in ensuring that all of his clients are afforded
the most effective and zealous representation in their respective cases.
In addition to serving his clients, Tom dedicates his time to important
causes affecting the law and the local community. He is a member of the
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
In his spare time, Tom volunteers his time coaching youth basketball at
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Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 2017
Hiram College, 2013