ST. LOUIS (Sep. 17, 2013) – The Lowenbaum Partnership, LLC, recognized as a U.S. News & World Report “Top Law Firm,” announced today that the labor and employment law firm is celebrating its 15th year by expanding its ability to serve clients throughout the U.S. and the world.
The Lowenbaum Partnership launched a new affiliation with national labor and employment law firm FordHarrison. This new alliance provides The Lowenbaum Partnership and its clients access to more than 200 top lawyers nationwide.
And because of FordHarrison’s new membership with Ius Laboris, the world’s largest alliance of human resources’ law firms, The Lowenbaum Partnership is also able to provide clients with representation worldwide.
Also earlier this year, Lowenbaum added three successful labor and employment attorneys in its Clayton office, saw its immigration practice quadruple and was recognized as a top law firm by a number of leading publications.
“We strive to provide superior client service, every day,” says R. Michael Lowenbaum, co-managing partner of The Lowenbaum Partnership. “While we have received many awards recognizing that commitment, the greatest reward is our immense client loyalty.”
To celebrate, The Lowenbaum Partnership commissioned client The Republic of Tea to develop a special Anniversary blend of “longevity” tea to be given to clients and supporters.
The 15th Anniversary Blend tea tin, which is being delivered to Lowenbaum clients throughout the country, features artwork by Washington University graduate and New York-based artist Scott Lowenbaum. Scott, whose paintings are sold around the world, is the son of the founder of The Lowenbaum Partnership, R. Michael Lowenbaum.
About The Lowenbaum Partnership
The Lowenbaum Partnership is driven to provide proactive, highly responsive and value-added counsel to help employers achieve their long-term business goals. Recognized as a “Top Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report for its expertise in management-side labor and employment law, The Lowenbaum Partnership serves clients nationwide. Missouri Lawyers Weekly has reported that Lowenbaum’s rates are among the lowest in the state.
In addition to offering counsel on labor and employment issues, The Lowenbaum Partnership 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, The Lowenbaum Partnership can now seamlessly draw 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, The Lowenbaum Partnership can offer its clients access to more than 1,300 employment lawyers in more than 100 countries.