Partner Poaching Case Against Lowenstein Begins

Law360, New York (April 13, 2009, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Jury selection has begun in a New Jersey case against Lowenstein Sandler PC that aims to test the limits of so-called partner poaching and is being closely watched by law firms around the country.

Ravin Sarasohn Cook Baumgarten Fisch & Rosen PC, a New Jersey law firm no longer in existence, finally has its day in court, in a suit accusing Lowenstein Sandler of unfair competition by scheming to lure away 15 bankruptcy lawyers and 16 staff in 2000, a move that Ravin Sarasohn argues led...
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