Sullivan Announces New Partner Lindsey A. Getz

Press Release
January 9, 2017

Boston, MA – January 9, 2017 – Sullivan is pleased to announce that Lindsey Getz has been elected as a partner of the firm.

"Lindsey is an exceptional lawyer with strong relationships with several of the firm’s largest clients," said Managing Partner, Joel R. Carpenter. "It is a privilege to welcome her to Sullivan's partnership, and we look forward to her continued leadership and success."

Lindsey advises both public and private companies, with an emphasis on public REITs, as to a broad range of corporate and securities matters, including securities law compliance, disclosure and periodic reporting, stock exchange listing and compliance and corporate organization and governance matters. She regularly counsels clients in public equity and debt offerings and other secured and unsecured debt financings. Lindsey has been with Sullivan & Worcester since graduating from Northeastern University School of Law in 2008. She has participated in the Women's Leadership Program with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.

"I’m very excited to continue doing the work that I love at Sullivan as a partner. I am especially looking forward to mentoring associates as they make their way up the ranks in the same way I was mentored by the partners I’ve had the benefit of working with." Lindsey said.

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