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R. Michael Lowenbaum Comments on Jackson Lewis' St. Louis Expansion

R. Michael Lowenbaum discusses lawyers from Lowenbaum Law, a labor and employment boutique firm in St. Louis, moving to Jackson Lewis in "Lawyers from Closed St. Louis Firm Join Jackson Lewis and Wagner," published by Bloomberg Law.

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Adam D. Hirtz

Adam D. Hirtz
Principal and Office Litigation Manager
St. Louis

D. Michael Linihan

D. Michael Linihan
Of Counsel
St. Louis

R. Michael Lowenbaum

R. Michael Lowenbaum
Principal
St. Louis

Benjamin R. Marble

Benjamin R. Marble
Associate
St. Louis

Robert S. Seigel

Robert S. Seigel
Of Counsel
St. Louis

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