Carl H. Loewenson, Jr.
Counsel, Arbitrator, Mediator
Chip Loewenson focuses his practice on white-collar defense, arbitrations, mediations, and receiverships.
A former Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York, he has decades of experience representing companies and individuals in high-stakes investigations. He is also a member of the Commercial Arbitration panel of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and has presided at arbitrations as the sole arbitrator and as a party-appointed arbitrator.
Arbitration topics have included: a multi-hundred-million-dollar valuation dispute in the alternative energy industry; complex dispute between hedge fund founders; conflict of interest claims involving a web of businesses; and impact of tax benefits on a buyout amount.
- White-Collar Criminal Defense
Deep investigations experience as federal prosecutor in SDNY and as partner at major international law firm leading and defending complex cross-border investigations.
Emphasis on efficiency and economy, including streamlined discovery and prompt rulings on preliminary matters. Focus on matters involving financial instruments, financial markets, and disputes relating to alleged fraud.
Fully trained as mediator under Part 146 of Rules of Chief Administrator of New York State Courts.
Track record of successful recoveries in court-appointed receiverships in SEC enforcement matters.
“Draws praise for his broad white-collar practice. . . . He is very good at digging into the facts.”
Chambers USA Guide (Ranked 15 Years)