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Jun 2013

The Lowenbaum Partnership Voted “Best in Business” by St. Louis Small Business Monthly Readers

(ST. LOUIS, MO) June 10, 2013The Lowenbaum Partnership, L.L.C., a premier labor and employment law firm based in Clayton, MO, has been voted one of the best law firms in St. Louis by readers of the St. Louis Small Business Monthly.

The publication named The Lowenbaum Partnership “Best in Business 2013” in its June, 2013 issue.

“We are honored to be recognized by our clients,” said Managing Partner R. Michael Lowenbaum. “We work hard to serve as trusted Best in business partners, identifying challenges before they become problems, responding to client calls within one day, and providing answers and counsel above and beyond what clients have experienced before.”

The award comes at the same time The Lowenbaum Partnership announced an affiliation with Atlanta-based FordHarrison.

“Under this new affiliation, we remain locally owned and managed with the same focus on providing proactive and highly responsive labor and employment counsel,” said Lowenbaum. “The difference is that we are now part of a network of more than 230 talented labor and employment lawyers located in 20 offices throughout the country. The strength of this affiliation is that either of our Firms can now seamlessly draw on additional experienced resources to assist our clients with their legal needs.”

About The Lowenbaum Partnership, L.L.C.

The Lowenbaum Partnership is driven to provide proactive, highly responsive and value-added counsel to help employers nationwide 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.

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.