Attorney McCormack received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut and her J.D. from Quinnipiac University. Prior to entering law school, she worked in the television and film industry in New York. As an editor and producer, she produced content for NBC’s internet platforms for the Olympics and Saturday Night Live.
During law school, she was a recipient of a Sappern Fellowship. At graduation, she received multiple awards for superior classroom performance, academic achievement, and service to the community. After passing the Connecticut bar, Attorney McCormack served as a Clerk for the Milford Superior Court and serves as a member of the Ansonia Planning & Zoning Commission where she continues to develop additional expertise in the area of land use.
William V. Gambardella
He is one of the few real estate attorneys in the State to be able to close residential loans for the vast majority of banks and Credit Unions. In addition to his individual clients, he also works with commercial developers on both housing and commercial projects.
Ian G. Gottlieb
Ian C. Wagemaker
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Connecticut in 2012 and later earned his J.D. from Western New England University School of Law in 2015, where he served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Western New England Law Review. While In law school, he worked as a Teaching/Research Assistant, served as a Student Attorney for the Western New England School of Law Small Business Clinic and as a law clerk for the University of Massachusetts – Amherst.
David E. Rosenberg
David has written and lectured on legal topics relating primarily to residential and commercial real estate matters, land use and title issues as well as foreclosure and finance. He is a member of the American Bar Association the Connecticut Bar Association and the Connecticut Mortgage Association.
John Cipriano Jr.
His collection practice includes statewide representation of leading companies in the healthcare, banking, and credit union industries. He has lectured to the regional creditor and hospital audiences regarding collection practices and laws and has prepared and presented material through Lorman Education Services, a national continuing education provider. John is also a co-author of the book “Connecticut Closing Practice (a Lawyers Guide to Residential Real Estate Closings With Forms)” published by The Atlantic Law Book Company. In addition, he has served as a Police Commissioner for the Town of Hamden, Secretary to the Hamden Charter Revision Commission, and as a co-director of the Legacy and Planned Giving Committee for the Connecticut South Central Region of the American Cancer Society.