Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area Business Honors for June 5, 2016 _lowres

Christine Lipsey, of McGlinchey Stafford PLLC

BATON ROUGE AREA

Christine Lipsey, a member of law firm McGlinchey Stafford PLLC in Baton Rouge, was presented the Louisiana Bar Foundation’s 2016 Curtis R. Boisfontaine Trial Advocacy Award.

Lipsey was recognized as a leader in commercial litigation in the state and region, with more than 30 years of experience representing small and large businesses, insurance companies, state agencies, lenders, and corporate and limited liability company clients.

NEW ORLEANS AREA

The Greater New Orleans Executives Association has presented its 2015 Executive of the Year Award to Philip Rebowe, a partner with regional accounting firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram LLC.

He was recognized for his outstanding service as the organizations’ past president, treasurer, committee chair and member of various boards of directors’ committees since 1996. The association membership includes more than 65 business executives representing different business classifications in the metropolitan area.

David M. Stein, a litigation partner in Adams and Reese’s New Orleans law office, has earned a certified e-discovery specialist certification through the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists, a division of BARBRI Bar Review.

Certification is based on an examination covering best practices in e-discovery processes, such as project planning, litigation hold implementation, document review, data processing and budgeting.

David L. Campbell was presented the Louisiana Landmarks Society’s 46th Harnett T. Kane Lifetime Achievement in Preservation Award.

Campbell served as the ninth president of the society from 1974 to 1976. His legacy includes the first opening of the Pitot House to the public and securing its first resident curator. Under Campbell’s leadership, the society advocated for the protection of Jackson Square’s ambiance, which helped stop a proposed sound and light program; involvement with the Audubon Park expansion controversy; supported restoration of funding for the Old U.S. Mint; and advocated for the 1700s Ringrose Plantation House in St. Landry Parish.