George P. Cornell joined Cornell Grace, P.C. in 2021. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Cornell worked as a litigation associate with firms in New York and New Jersey, where he gained experience in an array of civil litigation areas including general liability, commercial litigation, and products liability defense. After law school, Mr. Cornell served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Stephanie A. Mitterhoff in the Superior Court of New Jersey.
Mr. Cornell now handles all aspects of litigation in the firm’s practice areas, including insurance coverage, construction accident defense, products liability, and premises liability.
Cynthia Halm is a seasoned litigator. Prior to joining Cornell Grace P.C., Mrs. Halm handled complex commercial litigation matters, representing a number of high-profile clients, including financial institutions, corporations and government entities in a variety of securities and business disputes. She represented leading automobile manufactures in products liability matters. Mrs. Halm has also handled administrative law matters, internal employee matters, and worked as a prosecutor in New York City agencies.
Aram L. Erenburg has more than 20 years’ experience handling litigated matters in New York State and federal courts. Prior to joining Cornell Grace in 2018, Mr. Erenburg handled complex construction litigation as a senior litigation attorney defending owners, developers, general contractors, commercial construction management firms and trade contractors in New York State Labor Law claims. He continues in that role with Cornell Grace, as well as handling matters in the areas of premises liability, municipal liability and insurance coverage disputes.
Alexander F. Schwall joined Cornell Grace, P.C. in 2018. Mr. Schwall has significant experience as a trial attorney. He has handled cases throughout all stages of litigation from inception through resolution or trial, both in New York and in Georgia. He began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County (NY), where he prosecuted criminal offenses ranging from D.W.I. and drug possession to assault. Prior to joining Cornell Grace, Mr. Schwall practiced as a civil litigator in Atlanta, GA representing multinational banks, consolidated debt purchasers, and other financial lending institutions.
Keisha A. Parker has extensive experience in handling all stages of complex civil litigation and product liability matters on behalf of manufacturers and distributors of various powered industrial machinery, such as forklifts, drill presses, interior high-speed doors and commercial food processing equipment. Ms. Parker has also been involved with a number of catastrophic injury and death cases in which a product was alleged to have been defectively or negligently designed. She has defended automobile manufacturers in high consequence design defect, crashworthiness and warranty matters, and defended utilities and other companies faced with personal injury, wrongful death and property damage lawsuits in federal and state courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Adeel Jamaluddin has been focused on litigation his entire career. He was previously associated with a prominent Long Island firm where he specialized in all aspects of automobile defense litigation. Since joining Cornell Grace in 2017, Mr. Jamaluddin has been involved in all aspects of Labor Law/construction defense, coverage, premises, and products liability.