Twenty Lowenstein Sandler lawyers participated in the TerraLex Virtual Global Meeting, presenting topics of interest and sharing ideas with over 620 other law firm representatives spanning 73 countries. As one of the largest global law firm networks with 163 member firms in 100 countries, TerraLex enhances Lowenstein’s ability to address clients’ global needs. 

“Because almost all of the firm’s largest matters involve foreign interests, fostering our close working relationships with firms in key global jurisdictions enhances Lowenstein’s capabilities to represent our clients’ global business concerns,” said Doreen M. Edelman, partner and Chair of Lowenstein’s Global Trade & Policy practice. 

Edelman, a TerraLex Board Member, moderated a panel discussion, “Shifts in Global Trade & Supply Chain Due in 2020.” Mary J. Hildebrand CIPP/US/E, partner, founder, and Chair, Privacy & Cybersecurity, was featured on the panel, “COVID-19: Are Data Security and Privacy at Risk?Gary M. Wingens, Lowenstein’s Chairman and Managing Partner, was instrumental in leading the TerraLex Managing Partners’ Roundtable. 

Other Lowenstein attorneys participating in the practice and industry group networking sessions included Lesley P. Adamo (Partner, Tax), Abbey E. Baker (Counsel, Global Trade & Policy), Dotan Barnea (Counsel; Co-chair, Israel Practice; The Tech Group; Seed Stage Investing & Startups), Andrew Behlmann (Partner, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights), Eric Chafetz (Partner, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights), Jeffrey Cohen (Partner; Vice Chair, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights), Andrew P. Erdmann (Partner, Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity), Allison Gabala (Associate, Environmental Law & Litigation), James E. Gregory (Partner, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation), Mark S. Heinzelmann (Associate, Environmental Law & Litigation), Mark P. Kesslen (Partner; Chair, Intellectual Property section of The Tech Group; Chair, IP Litigation Group; Technology & Media Transactions; Patent Counseling & Prosecution), Annie Nazarian Davydov (Counsel; Transactions & Advisory Group, Private Equity, The Tech Group), Jeffrey D. Prol (Partner; Vice Chair, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights), Mary E. Seymour (Partner, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights), Raymond P. Thek (Partner, Vice Chair; The Tech Group; Seed Stage Investing & Startups; Venture Capital & Tech M&A), and Julie Levinson Werner (Partner, Employment Counseling & Litigation.