Lewis David Lowenfels is an attorney and author who has also been recognized as one of the preeminent experts in corporate securities law for over 55 years. He notably authored an eight-volume treatise titled “Bromberg and Lowenfels on Securities Fraud and Commodities Fraud” and has published and been quoted extensively throughout his career. Mr. Lowenfels studied at Harvard University, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in 1957. He subsequently earned a Bachelor of Laws in 1961 and became licensed to practice law in New York. After concluding six years of service in the United States Army Reserves, he began his legal practice. Since 1967, he has served as a partner with the Law Offices of Lewis D. Lowenfels, formerly known as Tolins & Lowenfels. As one of the top voices in his field, Mr. Lowenfels has lectured at Seton Hall University, the Practicing Law Institute and the American Bar Association, and he is the former public governor of the Intercontinental Exchange Inc. Mr. Lowenfels is a longtime member of the American Bar Association and the securities committees of the New York County Lawyers Association, among other appointments.
Mr. Lowenfels’ professional journey is detailed in a timeline of professional milestones by Marquis Who’s Who.
To commemorate his achievements, Mr. Lowenfels was featured in a press release and on the Thomson Reuters Jumbotron in Times Square in New York.
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