Daniel Cox is a partner and manages the Default Litigation Practice Area which handles accounts in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Kentucky. The majority of his practice focuses on assisting clients to manage their commercial and residential Default Litigation and Default related matters including Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Forfeiture, Evictions, Appeals, Code Violations, Lender Liability Litigation, Loss Mitigation, Mediations, Best Practices and Risk Management. He focuses on providing consultation and risk analysis in the effort to reduce costs and minimize risk per account to protect his client’s interests.
Daniel is a 1999 Graduate of the University of Cincinnati earning a degree in Biology, a 2003 Graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and a 2011 graduate of the Ohio State Bar Association’s Leadership Academy and was a Fellow for the Ohio State Bar Foundation in 2012-2017. In addition, Daniel served as a Special Master for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio – Western Division.
Daniel and his wife Kristen have three children who are active in Soccer, Softball and Wrestling thus they are constantly traveling to attend tournaments throughout the United States and Europe.
Memberships and Affiliations
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Indiana Bar Association
- Cincinnati Bar Association
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Michigan Bar Association
- University of Cincinnati B.S., 1999
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law J.D., 2003