Bryan Sterba, Steven K. Tam and Brent Weisenberg Named to Lowenstein Sandler Partnership

NATIONAL—Lowenstein Sandler has announced that Bryan Sterba, Steven K. Tam and Brent Weisenberg have been elected to the firm partnership beginning in 2024.

Three counsel have been elevated to senior counsel: Naomi D. Barrowclough, Sarah P. Cole, and Philip J. Gross.

Thirteen associates have been elevated to counsel: Michael J. Campolongo, Rasmeet K. Chahil, Christian C. Contardo, Alyssa D’Antonio, Ryan E. Fennell, Zachary D. Furnald, Markiana J. Julceus, Jimmy Kang, Mitchell McDonald, Christopher T. McNeill, Stephen Tanico, Sara Uz, and Stephen Zapf.

All promotions are effective Jan. 1, 2024.

Bryan Sterba (New York/New Jersey)
Emerging Companies & Venture Capital, Technology & Media Transactions, Lowenstein Crypto

Bryan Sterba practices at the intersection of law and technology, with a particular focus on tech-based companies, M&A and venture capital transactions, negotiating licensing and services agreements, IP transfers, carve-out transactions, as well as media and advertising work.

Steven K. Tam (Palo Alto)
Patent Counseling & Prosecution, Emerging Companies & Venture Capital

Steven K. Tam guides business clients through all stages of patent portfolio development, including strategy, invention harvesting, patent drafting, U.S. and international patent prosecution, and portfolio management.

Brent Weisenberg (New Jersey)
Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department

Brent Weisenberg has particular experience counseling official and unofficial committees across a wide array of industries, including retail, real estate, construction, hospitality, telecommunications, manufacturing, and technology.

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