Marty-Lowy

Marty Lowy | Mediator/Arbitrator

As Judge of the 101st Civil District Court of Dallas County from 2007 through 2014, Judge Lowy presided over more than 150 jury trials, including several resulting in multi-million dollar verdicts. He was named Trial Judge of the Year for 2010 by the Dallas chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Judge Lowy developed a reputation for preparing thoroughly and quickly grasping complex facts and subtle legal issues.

From 1997 through 2006, Judge Lowy served as in-house litigation counsel for the Texas operations of Comerica Bank, managing the bank’s offensive and defensive litigation throughout the state, and counseling many of the bank’s business units on problem-solving and litigation avoidance. His clients at Comerica came to value his pragmatic approach to balancing business objectives against legal issues, weighing risks and rewards to achieve win-win solutions to a wide variety of problems.

For the first 18 years of his legal career, Judge Lowy was a civil litigator with several small firms and as a sole practitioner. He has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law since 1988, and has taught Texas civil procedure as an adjunct professor at the SMU Dedman School of Law. Judge Lowy began his mediation career in 1993, mediating more than 100 cases before giving up his mediation practice to join Comerica.

Judge Lowy has been a long-time leader of the Dallas Bar Association, serving as chair of numerous committees and sections over the years, and as a member of the Board of Directors from 2008 through 2010. Judge Lowy has performed in the Dallas Bar Foundation’s Bar None variety show since 2000, was the lead singer of Blue Collar Crime (“four lawyers and a guitar legend who needs four lawyers”), and recently joined The Contemporary Chorale of Richardson.

“Judge Lowy … immediately moves into the very top tier in Dallas.
I would put him in my top 3 ‘go to’ mediators …”

G Michael Gruber, Gruber Hurst Johansen Hail Shank


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