Dahman Law attorneys Samir Dahman and Alex Ebert and Legal Analysts Aaron Burnside, Alexis Preskar, and Madison Walker have joined Kohrman Jackson & Krantz LLP‘s Columbus Office.
At KJK, Mr. Dahman will serve as Partner in Charge of the Columbus Office. Samir is passionate about providing exceptional, client-focused legal services through value-based fee agreements. While Samir concentrates on business litigation involving disputes up to $65 million pending internationally, he brings a diverse practice, ranging from transactional work for start-ups to family estate planning to executive employment work. Notably, Mr. Dahman brings his acclaimed alternative/fixed-fee structure blended with an efficient and capable staffing model. He has taken alternative fee arrangements and flat billing to a new level, which KJK intends to further incorporate into its culture. Mr. Dahman has efficaciously led his team for years and he will continue the momentum with KJK’s Columbus office to ensure our success not just today, but for decades to come.
“Samir and his team from Dahman Law are a terrific addition to the KJK family and our Columbus office in particular. We are committed to growth in both our markets, building on our traditions of excellence and creating a model for the future practice of law,” said Jon Pinney, KJK’s Managing Partner.
Mr. Dahman noted “KJK is a special place with a rich history and promising future. That coupled with the exceptional people is why I am so excited about our team joining the firm.”
Mr. Dahman previously practiced at two other large Ohio law firms before starting his own firm. Over the past few years, Samir built Dahman Law into a successful small Columbus law firm. In 2015, Samir was named a Top 5 Lawyer in Columbus and Top 100 Lawyer in Ohio in Super Lawyer Magazine. And for his civic and professional efforts he received a Forty Under 40 Award by Business First. He is licensed in Ohio and Michigan. Samir received a B.A. from the University of Michigan a J.D., from the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, where he is also an Adjunct Professor.