Lowell E. Mann
After law school, Lowell’s career began in 1971, when he went to Washington, D.C. to work for the Internal Revenue Service. He was instrumental in making tax policy decision with the U.S. Treasury Department and issued rulings that impacted sophisticated and complex individual, corporate and estate tax transactions. Four years later, he was selected for transfer with the IRS to Philadelphia where he participated in the settlement of cases before trial in the U.S. Tax Court. Simultaneous with his duties for IRS in Philadelphia, he obtained his LL.M. Taxation advanced law degree from Temple University School of Law.
In 1977, Lowell started his firm for the practice of law and at the same time, with several published articles to his credit in the Journal of Taxation, ABA Journal and other national legal publications, he became a professor of taxation at Temple University. With the rapid growth of the law practice, several associates were brought on board to further enhance his ability to service his clients.
For more than 20 years, he has been an ambitious advocate for his clients. During these years, Lowell developed legal expertise in varied individual, business, estate, real estate, negligence, bankruptcy, commercial and tax matter. He has become a skilled negotiator and excels in finding an application of the law to best suit the firm’s clients.
While establishing ties with other prominent professionals, he gained the reputation for expediting and facilitating his clients’ goals whether they require strategy, negotiation or litigation.
I find the practice of law to be a stimulating and rewarding career. I have not had a boring day since the inception of my practice, largely due to my personal relationship with my clients.
Areas of Practice
- Taxation Law
- Estate Planning
- Business Organizations
- Real Estate Law
- Asset Protection Planning
- Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, PA
LL.M. in Taxation, January, 1974
- University of Cincinnati
School of Arts and Sciences, B.A. Economics, 1967
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 3d Circuit, 1976
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1976
- U.S. Tax Court, 1974