Lindsay Leible Combs and Stephen Davis Named Partners at Carmody MacDonald

Carmody MacDonald P.C. has announced two new promotions. Lindsay Leible Combs and Stephen Davis, both attorneys in the firm’s litigation practice group, have been promoted to partner.

“Lindsay and Stephen are both proven litigators who consistently deliver positive results for our clients,” said Gerard Carmody, partner and practice leader of the litigation group. “Their commitment to their clients and the firm are helping to grow our litigation practice.”

Lindsay Leible Combs concentrates her practice in general civil litigation. In addition to prosecuting and defending business tort and contract claims, Lindsay has experience litigating a variety of other disputes including medical malpractice defense and personal injury. She is a graduate of Saint Louis University School of Law.

Stephen Davis concentrates his practice in real estate and commercial litigation. He helps businesses and individuals in a wide variety of disputes. He advises and counsels clients on real estate and corporate governance matters, including commercial real estate deals, and represents over 200 homeowner and condominium associations in the St. Louis region. Stephen is a graduate of Washington University School of Law.

Carmody MacDonald is a St. Louis-based law firm with over 50 attorneys focused on establishing close relationships with clients, serving as valued counselors, and providing exceptional service. With practices in business, individual, and litigation services, and special focus areas such as Missouri corporate law, bankruptcy, banking & finance, and real estate, Carmody MacDonald’s attorneys easily coordinate among their many focus areas to provide legal services addressing virtually every aspect of clients’ business, individual, and litigation needs.

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Published November 17, 2020