Three attorneys have been elevated to partner at Lowenstein Sandler LLP‘s New Jersey office in Roseland. Seven have been elevated to counsel.
The 10 attorneys are part of 23 nationwide promotions at the firm.
“The elevation of these 23 lawyers illustrates Lowenstein’s commitment to growth in key practice areas such as bankruptcy, private equity, employee benefits, white-collar criminal defense, transactions, and tech,” said Chairman and Managing Partner Gary Wingens in a statement. “These talented individuals have demonstrated dedication to our firm’s core values of client service and innovation, and we know they will contribute greatly to Lowenstein’s future success. We are grateful that our firm’s culture attracts and retains diverse lawyers of such exceptional caliber.”
Meagan Signoriello, Andrew Behlmann and Jamie Gottlieb Furia are now partner at Lowenstein.
Signoriello is partner in the mortgage and structured finance and transactions and advisory groups. She counsels mortgage servicers, investment managers, and originators in regard to mortgage and servicing rights acquisitions, dispositions, financings and conduits.
Behlmann is partner in the firm’s bankruptcy and financial reorganization and creditors’ rights groups. He represents businesses, such as Borders Books and Hoboken Municipal Hospital Authority, in issues related to bankruptcy and restructuring.
Furia is partner in the firm’s white-collar criminal defense group. She represents clients in the pharmaceutical, technology and financial services industries in government investigations involving allegations of criminal antitrust, accounting fraud, securities fraud, health care fraud and violations of federal environmental laws.
Bridget Harris, Nick Samedi, Craig Dashiell, Nicole Fulfree, Steven Llanes, Megan Monson and Stacey Tyler have been elevated from associate to counsel.
Harris is counsel in the firm’s trusts and estates practice. She has experience drafting and implementing wills, revocable trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, spousal lifetime access trusts, and both testamentary and inter vivos charitable split-interest trusts.
Samedi is counsel in the firm’s corporate and mergers and acquisitions groups. His practice includes negotiating and closing refinancing, restructuring, securities offering, and private investment transactions for privately and publicly held companies, growth-stage technology ventures and family-owned businesses.
Dashiell is counsel in the business litigation and class action litigation departments. He represents individuals and businesses in the resolution of a wide variety of commercial disputes, litigating class actions, breach of contract disputes, business divorce, estate litigation and intellectual property claims.
Fulfree is counsel in the firm’s bankruptcy and financial reorganization and creditors’ rights groups. She represents debtors, creditors’ committees, trustees, individual creditors, and institutional shareholders and investors in complex bankruptcy matters.
Llanes is counsel in the firm’s privacy and cybersecurity and corporate investigations and integrity groups. He focuses his practice on corporate and government internal investigations and integrity, data privacy and cybersecurity matters.
Monson is counsel in the firm’s employee benefits and executive compensation group. She advises businesses and C-suite executives on a wide variety of employee benefits and executive compensation matters focused on ensuring compliance and minimizing cost.
Tyler is counsel in Lowenstein’s real estate group. She handles real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, development, leasing, financing, hospitality, joint ventures and public-private partnership arrangements.