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Mar 2017

Labor and Employment Attorney Thomas R. Chibnall Joins Lowenbaum Law

ST. LOUIS (March 15, 2017) – Lowenbaum Law, recognized by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers as a “Best Law Firm,” announced today that labor and employment attorney Thomas R. Chibnall is joining the firm immediately.

Focused in the areas of labor law and employment law, Chibnall is actively involved in all aspects of litigation, arbitration and mediation.

In addition to participating in and contributing to union-avoidance campaigns, Chibnall provides union training for corporate clients. He routinely helps employers handle matters involving discrimination, harassment, disability and retaliation claims. Additionally, Chibnall assists and counsels employers in handling, negotiating and responding to OSHA matters and citations.

While Chibnall’s expertise includes litigating labor and employment matters, he also helps employers avoid litigation by advising them on employee issues including discipline, discharge and reasonable accommodation of disabilities.

Chibnall received his J.D. from Saint Louis University School of Law, his M.A. in English from Saint Louis University and his B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis.

“Tom brings a special background to our talented and collaborative team of employment and labor lawyers,” said R. Michael Lowenbaum, managing partner at Lowenbaum Law. “He’s a real team player and will help our clients avoid costly labor relations challenges.”

About Lowenbaum Law

Lowenbaum Law is driven to provide proactive, highly responsive and value-added counsel to help employers achieve their long-term business goals. In addition to offering counsel on labor and employment issues, Lowenbaum Law offers representation, practical guidance and advice in commercial litigation, benefits and affirmative action.

Through its “of counsel” affiliation with national employment and labor law firm FordHarrison, Lowenbaum Law seamlessly draws on a network of more than 230 talented labor and employment lawyers located in more than 20 offices across the country. And because of FordHarrison’s membership in the Ius Laboris worldwide alliance of labor and employment law firms, St. Louis-based Lowenbaum Law can offer its clients access to more than 1,300 employment lawyers in more than 100 countries.