reports on Lowenstein’s impressive 2018 growth, financial success, and notable matters on behalf of clients. The article highlights the firm’s 14.2 percent revenue increase from 2017, which firm Chair and Managing Partner Gary M. Wingens attributes to strong activity across all practice groups, including litigation, transactional, and bankruptcy. Wingens also credits improvements in revenue metrics to the addition of multiple lateral attorneys to the white collar practice, as well as the launch of the firm’s Global Trade & Policy group, allowing the firm to provide a critical area of service to current and prospective clients in key industries. For the coming year, Wingens states that the firm will maintain a “focus on sectors that are transforming the U.S. economy,” including investment funds, life sciences, and technology, while continuing to build Lowenstein’s litigation practice.