Meet the Team
Johnny A. Hamood
Born and raised in Dearborn, Michigan, Johnny Hamood grew up in a family of five and enjoys spending time with his large extended family. Johnny still lives in Dearborn with his wife and children. In addition to spending time with his family, Johnny enjoys travel, playing golf, and watching sports. He also has trained and completed in several “Tough Mudder” events and enjoys staying active in physical fitness.
After graduating from University of Detroit Jesuit High School in 2002, Johnny earned his bachelor’s degree with honors from Hillsdale College in 2006. While at Hillsdale, he was a four-year scholarship basketball player, playing as a starting point guard and serving as the team captain for two years. Johnny’s time on the court instilled the discipline, sacrifice, determination and teamwork that he still uses in his career each day.
In 2010, Johnny earned his juris doctorate degree from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan. He was a Dean’s Scholar and served as the president of the Middle Eastern Law Student Association. Johnny gained great experience during school while working for the City of Dearborn Legal Department as a part-time law clerk.
Attorney Nick Pandya is an aggressive and relentless advocate for his clients in both the legal and sports realms. Born and raised in metro-Detroit, Nick is a graduate of Detroit Catholic Central High School and Michigan State University. After earning his bachelor's degree from MSU, Nick went on to earn his juris doctorate degree from Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. While in law school, Nick obtained the prestigious Certificate in Sports Law from the National Sports Law Institute. With an unyielding drive for success, Nick uses his competitive nature to effectively obtain the best results for his clients, while ensuring they are treated like family throughout their respective processes.
Outside of work, Nick enjoys traveling, watching and playing sports, and spending time with his bulldog, Luna.