Ian Friedman, founding partner of Friedman & Nemecek, was recognized in the Annual Crain's Cleveland Business list of 2022 Notables in Law.
According to Crain's, the list of 37 notable attorneys represents a cross-section of area firms and approaches. It can include partners, founding partners, managing partners, and partners-in-charge who are forward-thinking whose beliefs in doing things the right way transcends their practices.
Ian's passion for the law is evident and ongoing. Between staying at the forefront on cybercrime by teaching at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, regularly taking pro bono cases in the community, and staying greatly involved with the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association as a past President, his continued service is undeniably tangible.
Additionally, this accolade cites one of his widely known achievements: drafting the revision of the Criminal Rule 16, or what's more commonly known as the "Open Discovery" rule in relation to criminal cases. Read the full Crain's Cleveland Business spotlight on Ian by clicking here.