Lipsky Lowe is a New York City-based law firm specializing in employment law in New York and New Jersey. It was founded by Doug Lipsky and Chris Lowe, two attorneys who worked together at one of the nation’s premier labor and employment firms, Seyfarth Shaw, before starting their own firm. At Lipsky Lowe, they leverage their combined knowledge, skills and experience working at a major law firm to successfully represent individuals, classes, and businesses in all types of employment matters.
Prior to co-founding Lipsky Lowe, Doug Lipsky was a partner at Bronson Lipsky LLP, where he successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients in cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contact, and unpaid wages, tips, and overtime. Widely respected among his peers, Doug has been named a New York Magazine Super Lawyer for every year since 2011. Having been a court-appointed class counsel in several collective and class action lawsuits, Doug is a highly competent litigator, as well as a respected advisor of corporate clients, assisting them in creating and implementing personnel policies that are both practical and provide legal protection.
Chris Lowe was already a well-known employment attorney before co-founding Lipsky Lowe. During his 17 years at Seyfarth Shaw (12 of them as a partner), he not only led the firm’s New Jersey Employment Practice Group, but also represented numerous Fortune 500 and mid-sized companies, providing a wide range of day-to-day counseling and litigating in state and federal trial and appeals courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, AAA, JAMS and FINRA. Chris has litigated cases involving sexual harassment, whistleblower activity, employment contracts and all forms of unlawful discrimination and retaliation. He has also litigated numerous nationwide class/collective actions seeking overtime pay.
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