Daniel Frech joined Spangenberg Shibley and Liber LLP as an associate in 2012.
Dan graduated with honors from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis in 2007. Upon graduation, he joined the international law firm Jones Day and worked as an associate in the firm's trial practice department from 2007 until 2010. During his time at Jones Day, Dan consulted with businesses and represented clients in civil litigation, including product liability matters, civil antitrust matters and business and contractual disputes.
Upon leaving Jones Day, Dan continued to be involved in civil litigation matters in the Cleveland area, representing both plaintiffs and defendants as a sole practitioner and a consultant.
Prior to attending law school, Dan earned a Master's degree in Financial Economics from Ohio University. Dan's ability to interpret financial and accounting statements and to simplify complex economic ideas have proven to be especially beneficial to his clients through his work with economists, accountants and actuaries testifying in civil litigation.
When people ask why they should choose Spangenberg, the short answer is that you won't find a more experienced, more accomplished and more knowledgeable group of attorneys anywhere else. In addition to being among the most highly decorated, accomplished, and recognized attorneys in the State of Ohio and throughout the country, our attorneys are passionate about representing plaintiffs. Our firm has the resources and wherewithal of a sophisticated large firm, but with the sensibilities and personal service of a small office or personal counsel. As true trial lawyers, our firm can handle any type of case.
Spangenberg Shibley & Liber is a boutique civil litigation trial firm in downtown Cleveland, Ohio handling cases on a statewide and nationwide basis. The firm's trial practice is diverse and sophisticated. It includes a wide array of consumer healthcare issues including medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, health insurance claim denials, dangerous drugs, and defective medical devices. In addition to its consumer health care litigation practice, Spangenberg lawyers represent individuals who have been seriously injured or killed in motor vehicle accidents, on the job, through exposure to dangerous chemicals/mold, by defective consumer and household products such as automobiles, motorcycles and power tools, tainted food and many other situations. The firm also represents those who have been injured or harmed by law enforcement engaged in the violation of a citizen's civil rights.
Apart from its personal injury practice, Spangenberg has a committed consumer rights practice litigating claims of marketing fraud, deceptive business practices, and violation of warranty for all sorts of consumer products.
Finally, Spangenberg Shibley & Liber represents businesses and entrepreneurs for all types of business litigation situations where the individual or business has been wronged in a business transaction.