Ellinger and Bell Form New Law Firm
Marc Ellinger and Stephanie Bell announce the formation of a new law firm. Ellinger and Associates, LLC represents businesses, organizations, and individuals in a wide array of corporate, state, and local government matters.
Together, Ellinger and Bell bring decades of knowledge and experience to serve their clients. Both attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating and were recently named as Missouri Political Pros You Should Know.
"We intend to build a leading law firm focusing on government solutions and civil litigation” said Ellinger. Bell agreed, "As our practice grew and expanded, we decided that together we had an opportunity to build something unique."
Ellinger and Associates, LLC serves clients nationally and internationally from its offices in Missouri. For more information, please visit www.ellingerlaw.com.
Additional background regarding the founding partners:
Marc Ellinger represents businesses, individuals, organizations and committees in disputes. Marc focuses his practice in election and political law, legislative and rulemaking practice, regulatory law, municipal finance and transaction structuring, issues of state and federal constitutional law, appellate practice and gaming law and has achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating. Marc was previously a member of Blitz, Bardgett & Deutsch, LC. Prior to private practice, in his role as counsel to the Missouri State Auditor, he advised the Auditor in constitutional and tax law matters and also advised the State Auditor on matters related to municipal and state debt financing.
Stephanie Bell represents individuals, businesses, associations, committees, and political subdivisions in a wide array of state and local government matters. Her practice focuses on election, regulatory, utility, tax and other governmental disputes. She previously worked at Blitz, Bardgett, & Deutsch for almost a decade, achieving a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating. In addition to her JD, Stephanie earned a Master of Public Administration in Public Policy at the Harry S. Truman School of Public Affairs.
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