A Leader in the Community

Fox Partner Raúl J. Valdés-Fauli has been appointed chairman of the Decennial Coral Gables Charter Review Committee.

Stephanie Resnick Recognized by Chambers USA

Ranked as a leader in Litigation in Pennsylvania, Stephanie “is strategic, careful and gives great guidance and advice," sources say.

Monika Tashman and Michael Reinert Present at Indie Week 2015

Presenting at the “Art of the Deal” panel, they explored the basics of what’s involved with the structure of artist deals today.

Fox’s IP Chair Jim Singer Named to IAM Patent 1000

The prestigious guide lauds him as “practical, direct and decisive,” noting “he can clearly communicate the nuances of patent law and exercises outstanding judgment.”

Marilou Watson Named a 2015 Diverse Attorney of the Year by The Legal Intelligencer

Marilou joins a group of minority attorneys from across Pennsylvania recognized for their outstanding professional accomplishments.

Three Partners To Receive PA Biotech Center Award

Loren Danzis, Jeffery Nicholas and Elizabeth Sigety will be honored for their commitment to fostering entrepreneurship in the Bucks County region.


What To Do When You’ve Been Hacked

You’re the general counsel at a large retailer that has just suffered a data breach. What do you do now?

That was the focus of the opening response workshop at the Mid-year Cybersecurity and Data Protection Legal Summit on June 16. Among those on hand to discuss what to do – and what not to do – were Scott Vernick and Amy Purcell, partners at Fox Rothschild.


Momagers vs. Managers: Primer on Getting Your Child into Show Biz

We’ve all seen or heard about those dreadful parents who — having failed to make their own dreams of being a star come true — push their kids to, and sometimes beyond, their limits in order to get a vicarious taste of life in the spotlight.

We’ve seen the story replayed so often (most recently in shows like “Dance Moms” and “Toddlers and Tiaras”) that we may not realize that the vast majority of parents of talented kids are more likely to find themselves trapped in an emotional tug-of-war between wanting to protect their kids and wanting to help them to be the next darling of stage, screen, radio, or YouTube.

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Snapchat Invents a New Kind of Ad

On June 15, the LA Times reported on an innovative way that Snapchat is monetizing its popular ephemeral messaging service–sponsored geofilters. Snapchat already lets users add backgrounds to their selfies that are specific to the user’s location. The effect is like a photo booth image of the user in front of a picture postcard image. Snapchat is now offering advertisers the opportunity, for a price, to create sponsored geofilters.


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