Corporate Practice Areas:
A growing company will, at different stages, likely need to protect intellectual property, develop infrastructures, acquire products or businesses or dispose of poorly performing ones, expand and incentivize its workforce, raise private or public equity or debt, and solidify corporate governance. Discerning investors will want assurance that management is focused on these issues and has assembled teams that will be proactive rather than reactive.

Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate practice is a trusted adviser to companies, financiers, and investors in various industries on the full spectrum of business formation, financing, growth, and exit transactions, providing strategic thinking and value-added execution to clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Our practice consistently receives top ratings from Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business: "Once again rated way ahead of its competitors, the corporate/M&A team at Lowenstein Sandler continues to attract widespread and enthusiastic praise from sources. This is partly due to its truly impressive scale: interviewees declare that it’s the biggest and most well-developed corporate practice around. No other firm has as many people active on corporate business transactions. With such a large pool of talented individuals at its disposal, the group is perfectly equipped to handle all kinds of corporate issues."

Micro- and macro-level concerns impact how, when, and if a company undertakes a given venture, whether as fundamental as start-up financing or as intricate as a corporate merger or a going-public transaction. We demand of ourselves that we keep one eye focused on our clients’ goals and ambitions and the other on the myriad details typically associated with a corporate transaction. The attorneys in our Corporate practice combine unique accessibility and responsiveness with stellar skills to help our clients leverage their opportunities and fulfill their obligations to the various constituencies that they serve.

Practice Leaders

Peter H. Ehrenberg
Department Chair

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