Washington, D.C., March 1, 2008 – Daniel Kotchen and Daniel Low are pleased to announce the recent founding of the law firm Kotchen & Low LLP in Washington, D.C.  The firm focuses on litigation, corporate counseling, and representing corporations before federal and state agencies.

“We are excited about the opportunities Kotchen & Low has to provide thorough and energetic representation to our clients, and we look forward to helping clients tackle complex legal issues,” said Daniel Kotchen.

“As a newer firm, we do not have the conflict-of-interest problems that older firms face,” added Daniel Low, “and we are proud of our client-focused service.”

Mr. Kotchen previously served as an antitrust prosecutor with the Federal Trade Commission, has previous experience in private practice, and has cross-functional legal and business experience with a leading consumer goods corporation.  Mr. Kotchen earned both a law degree and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin, and earned his undergraduate degree from the College of Wooster.

Mr. Low has served as a federal appellate law clerk, a trial attorney with the Justice Department, and has worked for a top litigation firm.  Mr. Low earned his law degree from Yale Law School, where he was an editor on The Yale Law Journal, and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley, summa cum laude.

The two met at a top-tier litigation firm in Washington, D.C., where they worked closely together on complex commercial litigation matters. They were impressed with the quality of each other’s work, and admired each other’s enthusiasm for high-stakes litigation. After both left the firm for other experiences, they reunited to form Kotchen & Low LLP with the goal of providing clients with the best legal representation in the market.

For more information about the firm, Mr. Kotchen, and Mr. Low, visit www.kotchen.com.