New York, October 23, 2017 – Lowenstein Sandler LLP announced today that Gregory J. Fleischmann joined the firm as its Chief Marketing Officer. A seasoned professional services marketer, he will focus on practice growth, client development, brand strategy and communications, playing a strategic role in the continued growth of the firm's national platform. He joins from Baker McKenzie LLP, where he was Director of Global Marketing. 

At Baker McKenzie, Greg helped drive profitable revenue growth with a focus on the firm's M&A, capital markets, litigation, and regulatory compliance practices, raising their profiles and positioning the lawyers as business leaders in their respective markets. Greg joined Baker McKenzie in 2012. 

He was previously Industry Marketing Leader for Life Sciences and Health Care at Deloitte, which he joined in 2004, responsible for building marketplace eminence, expanding client relationships and driving new revenue for the practice. Prior to Deloitte, Greg started successful marketing and communications agencies serving the Fortune 500, and produced television and radio programs for broadcast media properties. 

Gary Wingens, Lowenstein Sandler Chairman and Managing Partner, said, "We have found an outstanding match in Greg Fleischmann. His background fits neatly with our focus on transactions, litigation and corporate legal services for the investment management, tech and life science industries. We expect that his experience at world class organizations, within and outside the legal industry, will sharpen how we communicate our unique value to the marketplace, and his start up experience has given him the right mindset for our entrepreneurial culture. I am very pleased to welcome him to the firm." 

"Lowenstein Sandler is doing a lot of great work," Greg said. "The firm has grown steadily since its inception through smart organic initiatives. It has earned a strong, national reputation in some key areas, yet still has significant potential and an openness to trying new things. I am excited to contribute what I have tried and learned elsewhere to this environment, and hope to speed our progress towards building the brand, strengthening key practices, and broadening meaningful client relationships."