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“Before joining Lowenstein, I had the privilege to work briefly with retired Justice Morris Pashman, who spoke often about how the best lawyers were self-motivated to strive for professional excellence. My time at Lowenstein reinforced that idea. The best lawyers do not speak about excellence. It is the standard and thus it is expected. To aim higher, you must go the extra mile for the client and in every professional relationship. (My take on ‘the Lowenstein Way’) Success is never guaranteed, but applying this approach greatly enhances the odds.”
- Chris Hartmann, Hartmann & Anglim LLC
What's New at Lowenstein?
Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest Receives a HANDS 2018 Community Leadership Award
Lowenstein Sandler is proud to announce that the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest has received a 2018 Community Leadership Award from HANDS, Inc. (Housing and Neighborhood Development Services, Inc.). HANDS bestowed the award in recognition of the significant legal advocacy the Center has provided to advance HANDS’ urban revitalization efforts. The Center will receive the award at an evening program on November 29, 2018.
With All Eyes on U.S. Trade Policy, Lowenstein Sandler Expands Washington, D.C. Office With Launch of Global Trade & Policy Practice
Lowenstein Sandler LLP has launched a Global Trade & Policy practice that advises clients on the growing array of U.S. government regulations of global investments and trade, including foreign investment restrictions, trade sanctions, import tariffs, and evolving export controls. Doreen M. Edelman, most recently the co-leader of the Global Business Team at law firm Baker Donelson, will chair the group. Based out of Lowenstein’s Washington, D.C. office, Global Trade & Policy joins the Antitrust & Regulatory and Insurance Recovery teams as the third practice group in the firm’s growing D.C. office.
Paul B. Matey, Former AUSA and University Hospital GC, Joins Lowenstein Sandler
Lowenstein Sandler announced today that Paul B. Matey, most recently Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, will join the firm as a partner in September. Matey brings extensive health care, prosecutorial, and government experience to the job, having served as a top legal advisor to former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District of New Jersey.