Logan Lowe joined Woods Lonergan PLLC in 2009. Since that time, Logan has worked diligently on the firm’s intellectual property and technology law matters, collaborating with the firm’s litigation group on nearly all intellectual property disputes. Logan’s area of concentration includes developing technology, cybersecurity, cryptocurrency, block-chain technology, and GDPR compliance.

Logan provides targeted outside counsel to several major e-commerce and international businesses, and he is one of less than 350 MAI designated real estate appraisers in New York State and 7,430 worldwide. Logan’s background involves extensive publishing and speaking with numerous accolades for his work as an IP Lecturer for Lawline.com.

Previously, Logan served as an associate editor and monthly columnist for the e-commerce magazine, eSecurities, distributed by the ABA and Leader publications. Further, he has been nationally published in CNET.com and Computer Shopper magazine and has also presented on “An Overview of Moral Rights in the United States” at the Third Annual Art and Law Seminar held at the Maison du Barreau in Paris, sponsored by the Bar Associations of Paris, Barcelona, and Málaga.

Logan holds a JD from Fordham Law School and a cum laude degree in Independent Studies from Cornell. He is admitted to practice in New York.

  • Fordham Law School, J.D., 1999, cum laude
  • Cornell University, B.A., 1994
Bar Admissions
  • New York