About Our Firm
Our New Orleans Attorneys Can Assist You
At Lowe, Stein, Hoffman, Allweiss & Hauver LLP, we are dedicated to
finding out what our clients expect from us and fulfilling their needs.
Clients expect lawyers to have a comprehensive understanding of the law.
They expect lawyers to respond quickly to phone calls or emails, listen
carefully, and find solutions that can better their businesses. At Lowe
Stein, our firm is built around client satisfaction.
In addition to our client-focused operations, we are able to serve clients
from all over the globe. We have traveled all across the country and even
internationally to assist our clients. Wherever your location, we can
likely help you succeed in your legal matter.
Why Choose Our Firm?
- We can provide personalized solutions.
- Our firm has 30+ years of experience.
- Lowe Stein has a solid, trustworthy reputation.
- We value trust, honesty, and enthusiasm above all else.
- The attorneys at our firm are dedicated to serving clients.
- We are knowledgeable business and family lawyers.
- You can benefit from our progressive technology and cost-effective solutions.
Our Pro Bono & Community Commitment
Lowe Stein is committed to supporting and helping people and organizations
in the communities where we live and work. Driven by our lawyers'
interests, we provide legal representation in projects locally "for
the public good." We contribute professional skills and substantial
resources in cases and projects that help those who could not otherwise
afford legal representation, and we support diverse social causes and
enhance access to the arts and cultural expressions of New Orleans.
Examples of Involvement:
- Tour de Lis
- Langston Hughes Academy
- Temple Sinai of New Orleans
- Jewish Federations of North America
- Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans
- Anti-Defamation League
- The St. Bernard Project
- The New Orleans Pro Bono Project
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
- Ray Hester Memorial for Leukemia Research
- Habitat for Humanity
- The Idea Village
Diversity conferences and literature usually focus on the business reasons
for diversity. At Lowe Stein, we believe that to succeed in the long term,
the principal motivation behind a diversity initiative has to focus on
creating a vibrant culture in which lawyers of all backgrounds can and
want to succeed both now and in the long term. We are committed to building
a firm that contributes in important ways to all areas of our community
life and reflects the diversity of New Orleans.
The ever-changing needs of the 21st century require diversity in the legal profession and in the community.
That results in a better work product and in a deeper appreciation of
differences that affect us all. We strongly believe that our historical
civic commitment, tied with diversity initiatives for the community, can
create a firm that reflects our community as a whole.
Our New Orleans lawyers devote themselves to serving clients. They do so
by foreseeing needs and quickly responding to the distinct challenges
of their businesses. At Lowe Stein, we have always done business that
way. And we always will. Today's vibrant environment requires our
lawyers to operate alongside our clients wherever and whenever needed.
Innovative law firms like Lowe Stein can no longer remain confined to
fixed office locations and still expect to deliver timely and relevant
legal services to meet clients' increasing needs. New technology approaches
in this digital age allow Lowe Stein to extend our assistance outside
of our office in New Orleans.
Technology-based collaboration and information sharing has allowed our
lawyers to work with clients in an anytime/anywhere environment, improving
response times and the overall quality of lawyer work product. Another
major advantage is the elimination of multiple versions of draft documents,
which frequently result in an unmanageable labyrinth of data. Today's
technology allows both our lawyers and our clients to work from a single document.
Now, more than ever, our lawyers enjoy access to a host of state-of-the-art
technology tools and services that make it easy to communicate with clients.
Our New Orleans lawyers can take their offices with them to the client
workspace, or anywhere they need to be, using mobile applications and
wireless communication. The ability to respond to client requests and
to gain access to client files quickly and effortlessly is critical. Using
external services and internal technologies like scanning and imaging,
Lowe Stein lawyers can share information with their colleagues with a
high degree of efficiency. This fosters successful collaboration on client
matters without additional administrative costs.
Lowe Stein is dedicated to using progressive technology to provide the
most efficient, cost-effective solutions for our clients. Our technology
committee regularly evaluates new hardware and software and incorporates
innovative technology to keep the firm's lawyers competitive and our
systems up-to-date. Clients who cannot meet their lawyers in person can
connect via video conference services. Lawyers can communicate with and
support clients via teleconference in real-time Web meeting facilities,
saving both time and travel costs.
In recognition of Lowe Stein's determination to provide first-rate
legal services to clients while maintaining our long-term impact on the
planet, we pledge to incorporate sustainable policies into our day-to-day
operations and long-term strategy.
Because law firms use a considerable amount of paper, we are attentive
in our efforts to limit our use of paper. All printers and copiers use
30% post-consumer recycled paper and whenever possible, firm notices and
memos are distributed electronically. We continue to use electronic-only
versions of many documents, and we encourage employees to limit their
use of paper documents without ever sacrificing the quality of their work.
In addition to purchasing 30% post-consumer recycled paper, we are integrating
the use of office supplies made from recycled materials. We continue to
reduce the use of non-paper materials by working to re-use and recycle
as many products as possible, including using durable products to the
maximum practical extent possible and avoiding artificial or toxic products
when more natural alternatives are available.
In an effort to reduce the amount of waste produced by the firm, we have
purchased mugs and glasses and encourage members of the firm to use them
for refreshments in place of disposable containers. The firm has stopped
serving bottled water and provides filtered water in our kitchen areas
and during all catered meetings.
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