Milo Friedmann started with the firm as a part-time paw clerk, and recently passed the Bark Exam in July of 2022. Milo is best known around the office for greeting everyone with a wagging tail and a snuggle. He is very empathetic to our clients’ needs, but also requires a good amount of attention through pets and treats. Milo keeps part time hours so don’t expect him to work any overtime. He spends most of his day stealing shoes or pillows and hunting for snacks. He has been known to eat an entire box of donuts if left unsupervised. You can usually find him sleeping in mom’s office or lying on the floor, waiting for someone to rub his belly.
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Catherine has been a Paralegal with The Friedmann Firm since June of 2022. Originally from Perrysburg, Ohio, she received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Capital University. Thereafter, she studied at Capital University Law School, where she graduated from the Paralegal Program with high honors. In her free time, Catherine enjoys cooking, reading, exercising, and spending time with her family and friends.
Casey Mayell is an Associate Attorney at The Friedmann Firm LLC. He has been working for The Friedmann Firm since his third year of law school. Casey is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio, and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio. Prior to starting with The Friedmann Firm, Casey worked as a Law Clerk for the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office, where he provided legal representation and other services to those accused or convicted of a variety of misdemeanor and felony offenses, ranging from traffic citations to violent crimes.
He is a 2022 graduate of Capital University Law School. During his time at Capital, Casey was a member of the Student Government Association’s Budget Committee and participated in the Family and Youth Advocacy Clinic, where he gained practical experience on a wide range of domestic issues.
From Cleveland, Ohio, he attended Cleveland State University for his undergraduate studies and received a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Before attending law school, Casey worked as a Project Engineer with a civil construction company, where he was responsible for the co-management and completion of multi-million-dollar public works projects. In his free time, Casey enjoys spending time fishing, boating, skiing, and playing soccer.
Dominick Kocak is an Associate Attorney at The Friedmann Firm LLC. He began working for The Friedmann Firm in early 2020 as a Law Clerk while in law school. Dominick is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio.
Dominick earned his Juris Doctor from Capital University Law School, where he graduated summa cum laude. During his time at Capital, Dominick served as a Content Editor for Volume 50 of the Capital University Law Review, and he was a two-year advocate on the American Bar Association National Moot Court Team. Dominick earned CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in both Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing I and Contracts I. He also graduated as a member of the Order of the Barristers, a prestigious distinction recognizing students for brief writing and oral advocacy.
Before attending law school, Dominick received his bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Leadership from Miami University. He currently coaches Capital’s Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Team, and he enjoys playing golf and spending time with his wife, Caroline.
Jamie Bailey has been working for The Friedmann Firm since her second year of law school. She is a 2020 graduate of Capital University Law School, where she was a three-year member of the moot court program. Jamie has traveled to New York City and Washington, D.C. to represent Capital University in appellate advocacy competitions, including on the American Bar Association National Moot Court Team. Jamie graduated as a member of the Order of the Barrister’s, a prestigious distinction recognizing students for brief writing and oral advocacy. In law school, Jamie served in several leadership positions, including Associate Justice of the Moot Court Board, Vice President of the Student Bar Association, and President of Capital’s ACLU Chapter.
Before pursuing law, Jamie attended Ohio State University and received degrees in Architecture and Women’s Studies. She also spent two years working in Spain as a nanny and freelance writer. She is a certified intermediate Spanish speaker. In her free time, Jamie enjoys traveling, cooking, running, and being an enthusiastic pet parent.