Brodi brings a unique blend of experiences that enable him to serve his clients in a wide variety of litigation and appellate matters.
His practice primarily focuses on representing local government entities in complex litigation in state and federal court. Brodi has successfully represented government clients at all stages of litigation—temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions, obtaining judgment on dispositive motions, and prevailing in the courtroom at hearings and trial. As a member of the Government Services practice group, he also provides law director services to the Firm’s township, municipal, and school district clients—particularly as it relates to the Ohio Sunshine Laws, election law, and constitutional issues.
Brodi is also part of the Firm’s Appellate group. Prior to joining the Firm, Brodi served as a law clerk to Justice R. Patrick DeWine of the Supreme Court of Ohio. In addition, Brodi has successfully litigated a wide variety of cases at the Supreme Court of Ohio, numerous Ohio courts of appeals, and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. His experiences clerking and litigating numerous appeals at all levels of state and federal courts allow him to identify issues throughout the litigation process to best serve his clients.
Prior to his clerkship, Brodi served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Ohio. In that role, he represented Ohio’s statewide elected officeholders and the State of Ohio in complex litigation at all levels of state and federal courts. Brodi gained extensive experience in a variety of civil litigation matters, including election law issues, First Amendment and other constitutional claims, and original actions. In addition, Brodi served as a member of the office’s Public Records Unit, where he helped draft and edit the annual publication of the Ohio Sunshine Laws Manual, advised and counseled stated agencies on Ohio’s Public Records Act and Open Meetings Act, and conducted training sessions for Ohio’s elected officials, lawyers, and the public.
Ohio Attorney General Excellence in Writing Award, 2016
Herman Moot Court Competition Best Brief, 2013
December 9, 2020