The New York Law Journal (including this abbreviated coverage), Law360, and ABL Advisor highlight Ryan M. Wilson’s return to Lowenstein, now as partner in the Capital Markets Litigation and White Collar Criminal Defense practices, following his tenure as an Assistant U.S. Attorney on President Obama’s Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) Task Force in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. Law360 quotes Wilson on his government experience and mentions Zachary D. Rosenbaum (Chair, Capital Markets Litigation) as a draw in coming back to the firm. All three articles quote Wilson on his reasons for returning to Lowenstein, and they note that Wilson is the latest in a series of former prosecutors and trial lawyers to join or return to the firm. Each article mentions one or more of the following former government lawyers who have come to Lowenstein in the past few years: Christopher Porrino (Chair, Litigation Department), Kathleen A. McGee, Elie Honig, Scott B. McBride, and Matthew Boxer(subscription required to access the New York Law Journal and Law360)