Rachel Lowe, partner in Alston & Bird’s Litigation & Trial Practice Group and member of the Food, Beverage & Agribusiness and Privacy, Cyber & Data Strategy teams, has been recognized as one of the most influential women lawyers in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Featured in the publication’s 2021 “Women of Influence: Attorneys,” Lowe was recognized among a select group of honorees for their “exceptional legal skill and achievement across the full spectrum of responsibility, exemplary leadership as evidenced by the highest professional and ethical standards, and for contributions to the Los Angeles community at large.”
Lowe was highlighted for her significant experience representing clients in a variety of industries – including food and beverage, telecom, and retail – in false advertising and privacy class actions and other large cases involving multiple parties and jurisdictions.
Lowe advises industry-leading food producers, distributors, and retailers in complex litigation and investigations and helps them navigate sustainability issues, labeling requirements, supply chain disputes, and other issues. She also advises retailers and other clients on compliance and litigation risk relating to the California Consumer Privacy Act, California Invasion of Privacy Act, and other state privacy laws.
The recognition is the latest earned by Lowe. She was also honored as a winner of JD Supra’s 2021 “Readers’ Choice Award” for her written commentary on food and beverage legal and regulatory matters.
Published annually, this year’s “Women of Influence” highlights 92 women lawyers selected from hundreds of nominations.