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Lowenstein Sandler adds special counsel

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Elie Honig, formerly director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, has joined Lowenstein Sandler as special counsel in its white collar criminal defense practice.

Honig’s previous experience also features a stint as assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. He will practice in both Lowenstein Sandler’s Roseland and New York offices.

“Elie is a force multiplier in the litigation arena, as very few people have his combination of experience with state, federal, trial, appellate and investigative matters,” said Christopher Porrino, partner and chair of Lowenstein’s Litigation Department.

Honig serves as executive director of Rutgers Institute for Secure Communities, which applies science and objective data to address problems facing police and communities.

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