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E-mail Contact
Phone: (207) 786-3566
Fax: (207) 783-9325

brannlaw.com
184 Main St.
Lewiston, ME 04243-3070

Peter D. Lowe


Specialization
    Employment Law, Education Law

About Peter's Practice

Peter D. Lowe is a partner with Brann & Isaacson who provides advice and counsel to clients on labor and employment law and education law. Peter serves as lead labor counsel for some of the premier employers in Maine, including L.L. Bean, Inc. In this role, Peter advises clients on personnel practices and employee relations matters, including discrimination and harassment issues, layoffs and plant closures, union grievances and collective bargaining, disability and religious accommodation issues, conducting and supervising internal investigations, coordinating state and federal leave laws, and negotiating and drafting employment contracts and separation agreements. Peter also represents public school districts and municipalities throughout Maine.

In addition to working closely with the firm's business and public sector clients, Peter is often hired as outside counsel when the client is facing a high profile personnel issue, and he works alongside the client's general counsel to provide strategic advice in these sensitive cases.

Education
  • College of Law, Chester, England, 1984
  • University of Birmingham, England, L.L.B., high honors, 1983


Major Publications & Speaking Engagements



Professional Recognition
  • Named as Best Lawyer in America for Employment Law-Management

Admitted to Practice
    England and Wales (1985); Maine (1989); U.S. Courts of Appeals, First and Eleventh Circuits; U.S. District Court, District of Maine


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