Dan Gigiano practiced in Illinois as an assistant prosecutor and guardian ad litem... more
Dan Gigiano practiced in Illinois as an assistant prosecutor and guardian ad litem from 1993 to early 1999. In 1999, he moved to Ohio. Once in Ohio, he did some work for a real estate title company. He then worked for the Summit County Legal Defender Office and for a civil litigation firm before he began practicing in Wadsworth, Ohio.
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