MoveMakers & NewsMakers for Dec. 31, 2019
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Elizabeth Ziegler, executive director of the Missouri Ethics Commission, has been elected to a four-year term on the Steering Committee of the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws (COGEL). COGEL is the preeminent organization of government ethics administrators. COGEL members work in the fields of governmental ethics, freedom of information, elections, lobbying, and campaign finance. Members include governmental entities, educational institutions, organizations such as law firms and corporations, and honorary members.
Ziegler previously served four years on the conference planning committee and will now serve on the committee which serves as the governing body of COGEL.
Carnahan, Evans, Cantwell & Brown, PC is pleased to announce that Andrew T. Peebles was recently named to the Springfield Business Journal’s 2020 class of 40 Under 40. Since 1999, an independent panel of judges has chosen 40 rising professionals as the 40 Under 40. The award honors individuals based on their professional and community accomplishments.
Peebles is a member of the estate planning practice group at CECB, and his practice involves the preparation of various estate planning documents, including simple and complex trusts, wills, powers of attorney, premarital agreements, and business succession planning documents to meet his clients’ unique objectives. He also assists clients in the administration and distribution of the estates and trusts of recently deceased loved ones.
Peebles earned his J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law, graduating with a concentration in estate planning and taxation.