Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper PC elevated Lisa Gingeleskie and Elizabeth Candido Petite to partner, the firm announced Jan. 12.
Gingeleskie is a member of the firm’s labor, employment and employee benefits group, where she focuses on labor and employment law, including ERISA and employee benefits. Petite is a member of the firm’s wills, trusts and estates practice group, where she concentrates her practice in the areas of estate planning and administration as well as tax law.
“Both attorneys have proven to be tremendous assets to the firm and our clients—reflecting the exceptional talent that fuels our success,” said Lindabury President Eric Levine. “Their notable expertise and unwavering dedication embody our tradition of providing outstanding legal services with a highly personalized approach.”
Gingeleskie worked with clients in state and federal court proceedings and also assists them with internal investigations into allegations of harassment and workplace misconduct. She offers training for employees and management in areas of employment law and advises on the use of social media to recruit and hire.
Petite’s expertise includes estate planning documents such as wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney and advance directives for healthcare. She specializes in elder law, special needs planning and guardianships, and serves as a panelist for the Union County Probate Early Settlement Panel.