highlights how Lowenstein Sandler’s White Collar Criminal Defense practice has grown rapidly through the recent recruitment of experienced former prosecutors, including Paul B. Matey, Ryan M. Wilson, Peter Slocum, Elie Honig, Kathleen A. McGee, and two former New Jersey Attorneys General, Anne M. Milgram, and Christopher Porrino. The article quotes Chair and Managing Partner Gary M. Wingens, who states that the practice’s notable growth in business and top-tier talent is the result of a deliberate effort to increase “the depth and breadth of our skill set.” He cites Milgram’s heading an internal investigation on behalf of the Dallas Mavericks as an example of the caliber of work the group handles and notes that “clients want to see critical mass in the practice” and a team of lawyers “with different backgrounds who can handle lots of parallel investigations.”