Lowenstein Chairman and Managing Partner Gary M. Wingens was named to NJBIZs Law Power 50, which recognizes lawyers’ “skills and acumen [in the] the courtroom, the boardroom, legislative chambers or at the bargaining table.” The article notes the growth of Lowenstein under Wingens’ decade of leadership, with a 14 percent jump in revenue from 2017 to 2018 “when only 11 of the top 200 U.S. firms grew more than 10 percent.” In addition to citing that “[i]n the last decade, the firm’s New York office has more than tripled, and offices have grown from its Roseland HQ to offices in Palo Alto, California; Washington, D.C.; and Utah,” the article states that it is “not just quantity, though, it’s quality: big names like former state attorneys general Chris Porrino and Anne Milgram have joined in recent years.” It also mentions Wingens’ role in creating the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest and its advocacy for the legal rights of immigrant children and families at the southern border.