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.
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.
Jason Meneses joined Cornell Grace, P.C. in 2021. Mr. Meneses has significant civil litigation experience with a focus on premises liability and New York State Labor Law matters. Prior to joining Cornell Grace, P.C., Mr. Meneses was a staff counsel attorney at a large insurance company where he handled cases involving a wide variety of subject matters including general liability, automobile liability, and construction liability. Additionally, Mr. Meneses has successfully drafted and argued numerous appeals before the Appellate Division, First and Second Judicial Departments.
Bill Lamboley joined Cornell Grace, P.C. in 2021. Mr. Lamboley has extensive experience litigating complex Labor Law matters, high-value property damage claims and insurance coverage disputes and has worked closely with municipal entities and private developers, construction managers and general contractors.