Lowe Featured in Crain's Cleveland Business Article
Taft Cleveland partner Bruce Lowe was quoted in the Crain's Cleveland Business article "In the age of Zoom, there's still value to doing business on the golf course," which was published on Aug. 11.
The article discusses the upcoming Transatlantic Business Conference, which is a three-day program that brings together all 22 chapters of the British-American Business Network in the United States and the U.K. The conference kicks off with the British American Chamber of Commerce (BACC) Ryder Cup golf tournament on Sept. 7 at the Tanglewood golf course in Chagrin Falls. For more information on the conference and golf tournament, visit here. Lowe serves as BACC Ohio chairman.
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Lowe concentrates his practice in business bankruptcy, creditor's rights law and commercial litigation. He has served as Honorary Legal Advisor to Her Majesty's Consul and a member of the Executive Committee of the British-American Business Council. Lowe is also President of the Greater Cleveland International Lawyers Group.
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