Lowenstein Sandler Receives Top Rankings In 2008 Chambers USA Guide

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 - 01:00

Lowenstein Sandler has received top honors in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business (2008).The firm's Corporate, Litigation, and Environmental practices maintained their tier-one standing for another consecutive year and Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy/Restructuring Practice earned tier-one ranking for the first time. The firm's Corporate Practice has been top-ranked since the guide's inception in 2003, and its Litigation Department has been top-ranked for five consecutive years. Lowenstein Sandler's Intellectual Property, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Labor & Employment and Real Estate practices were also recognized for excellence in the 2008 Chambers USA guide.

Twenty four Lowenstein Sandler attorneys were recognized in the 2008 Chambers guide:

Sharon Levine - Bankruptcy; Ken Rosen - Bankruptcy; Peter Ehrenberg - Corporate; Bobby Minion - Corporate; Anthony Pergola - Corporate; Ray Thek - Corporate; Alan Wovsaniker - Corporate; Ed Zimmerman - Corporate; Andy Graw - Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation; Rich Ricci - Environmental; Michael Rodburg - Environmental; Michael Dore - Environmental; David Harris - IP & Litigation; Mark Kesslen - IP; David Wissert - Labor and Employment; Robert Chesler - Litigation; Douglas Eakeley - Litigation; Greg Reilly - Litigation; Larry Rolnick - Litigation; Jeff Wild - Litigation; Michael Himmel - White Collar; Rob Kipnees - White Collar; Chris Porrino - White Collar; and Maureen Ruane - White Collar.

The Lowenstein Sandler Investment Management practice has been named to the 2008 U.S. edition of The Legal 500 for its work in the category of Investment Fund Formation and Management, which profiles the best U.S. firms operating in the hedge fund arena, including various alternative investment classes and registered hedge funds.

Practice group co-chair and Member of the firm, Robert G. Minion is lauded as "one of the best lawyers on liquid and illiquid investments anywhere in the U.S." Gary M. Wingens, Managing Director of the firm, and Edward M. Zimmerman, Member of the firm and Chair of the firm's Tech Group, were both also acknowledged for their work in this area.