Maureen McCormick

Attorney McCormack represents parties in real estate purchases, sales, and refinances with a focus on making the transactions clear and understandable.

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.

Ian G. Gottlieb

Ian G. Gottlieb has been a partner in the Law Firm since 2015 and focuses his practice on Landlord / Tenant matters and Residential and Commercial Leases & Transactions, representing clients in real estate purchase, sale and refinance transactions. Attorney Gottlieb maintains an active litigation practice covering general practice areas with regard to all of his clients’ needs. He provides business advice to his clients for all aspects of transactions and litigation when necessary to protect their best interests and ensure they are in proper compliance with State and Federal laws. Prior to joining the Firm, Attorney Gottlieb provided representation to several major insurance companies.

Keith Hathaway

Keith A. Hathaway has been practicing law since 2003. He started his career working for some of the larger law firms in Connecticut focusing his practice on commercial and residential real estate transactions. He founded Hathaway Law Offices in 2006 where he continued to focus on real estate law while developing additional expertise in the areas of personal injury and family law. After nearly 10 years as a solo practitioner, Keith joined the firm as a partner in April of 2016. He currently leads the real estate arm of the firm with a focus on making the transactions for each and every client as stress free as possible.

Ian C. Wagemaker

Prior to entering private practice, he worked as the Contract Administrator for a cloud-based communications software provider based out of Chicago, IL before serving as a Clerk for the Meriden Superior Court. Attorney Wagemaker represents parties in real estate transactions for purchases, sales, and refinances. He provides representation to small businesses and is involved in an active litigation practice focused on landlord-tenant matters and other general practice areas.' Attorney Wagemaker is a member of the Young Lawyers Association, the Municipal Law Committee, and the Medical Marijuana Committee of the CBA and also serves as a Coach for the Yale Youth Hockey Association.

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

Joins the Firm in the area of Real Estate, Corporate/Commercial Law and Land Use and bring 20 years of experience to GCGH. David practice included representation of a wide range of clients including large institutional lenders, major developers of mixed use and multifamily properties, large and small commercial landlords and tenants, utility companies, individual homeowners, some of the most prestigious Realtors in Connecticut and various other entities engaging in both simple and complex real estate and construction transactions. David is also adept at handling both the transactional and the litigation side of cases.

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.