Three New Gross McGinley Attorneys Admitted to the Bar Association of Lehigh County
The Bar Association of Lehigh County hosted its annual Bar Admissions Ceremony at Lehigh County Courthouse on January 10, 2014. Gross McGinley inducted three of its newest attorneys at the ceremony on Friday. Immediately following the ceremony, new inductees were joined by fellow bar members, family, and friends at a reception at the Barrister’s Club in Allentown.
Attorney Nicole J. O’Hara joined the firm in July of 2013 and has proved herself to be a valuable asset to the Business Services Group. Her experience with patent law has expanded the firm’s current intellectual property offering. Nicole’s admittance was sponsored by fellow business attorney, Loren L. Speziale.
Attorney Brett M. Waldron joined Gross McGinley’s Litigation Group in the fall of 2013. He provides support in all aspects of civil litigation, including commercial litigation, municipal law, and medical malpractice defense. A Lehigh Valley native, he is a recent graduate of Boston University School of Law. Brett’s admittance was sponsored by Attorney Patrick J. Reilly, a seasoned litigator.
The firm’s newest attorney, David W. Crosson, was also inducted at the ceremony. Formerly a solo practitioner, David joins the firm with over six years of experience in family and estate law. David’s admittance was sponsored by Attorney Susan Ellis Wild.