Mar 2016

Lowenbaum Law Partners Nominated for Best Lawyers in America®

Nominations include best in employment law, labor law, immigration law, employee benefits law, commercial litigation and trade secrets law       

ST. LOUIS (March 30, 2016) – Lowenbaum Law announced today that seven firm partners have been nominated for recognition by The Best Lawyers in America© 2017.

They  are:

For Employment Law – Management: R. Michael Lowenbaum, Dannae L. Delano, D. Michael Linihan and Chris Sanders

For Labor Law – Management: Lowenbaum, Linihan and Corey L. Franklin

For Immigration Law: Diane Metzger

For Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law: Delano

For Litigation – Labor and Employment: Lowenbaum and Franklin

For Commercial Litigation and Trade Secrets Law: Adam Hirtz

Lowenbaum Law has been recognized as a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News  & World Report and Best Lawyers for each of the last five years.

The Best Lawyers in America© 2017 is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey in which more than 50,000 leading attorneys cast votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas. Inclusion in Best Lawyers is considered a singular honor.

About Lowenbaum Law, L.L.C.

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 representing management in all aspects of employment and labor law, Lowenbaum Law provides its clients with counsel in immigration law, transactional law, benefits law, municipal law, commercial litigation 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, Lowenbaum Law offers its clients access to more than 1,300 employment lawyers in more than 100 countries.