NEWARK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--New Jersey Law Journal’s second annual Litigation Departments of the Year competition selected Lowenstein Sandler LLP as the winner in the Commercial Litigation category. A profile of Lowenstein’s Commercial Litigation practice appears in the April 7 special supplement of the Law Journal. Link: http://bit.ly/1qdTm3w . The competition is open to any firm with a New Jersey presence and considers cases lead by New Jersey attorneys in all jurisdictions.
“Our nationally recognized litigators are at their best with complex issues and high stakes, blending exceptional analytical and mediation skills with client advocacy and courtroom savvy,” said Gary M. Wingens, Lowenstein Sandler Chairman and Managing Partner. “We are delighted and proud to be recognized by New Jersey Law Journal,” said Michael B. Himmel, Chair of the Litigation Department. “Our clients recognize our world-class litigation capabilities and our exceptional focus on their business needs. We are grateful to our clients for the trust they place in us and for selecting us to represent them in their most sensitive and critical business situations.”
Lowenstein’s Commercial & Business Litigation practice group has handled nearly every type of commercial dispute, from partnership rights to real estate matters to D&O liability, across a range of industries that includes leading pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, telecommunications companies, major manufacturers, as well as the world’s leading private equity and hedge fund investment managers.
About Lowenstein Sandler LLP
Lowenstein Sandler is a national provider of transactional, litigation, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights legal services to many of the country’s top companies and funds. Close to 300 lawyers in our New York, New Jersey and California offices immerse themselves in our clients’ industries in order to deeply understand their businesses. We are characterized by our passion for our clients’ success, our commitment to our people, and our pro bono and public interest work in the communities that we serve.