Tech Companies Prepare For New European Privacy Regulations

Scott L. Vernick was a guest on Cheddar's Closing Bell to discuss the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which goes into effect in May 2018.

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Fox's newest blog covers trends, legal cases and enforcement actions affecting consumer lending, collections, foreclosure, bankruptcy and more. 

Prominent Litigator Marc J. Gross Joins Fox in Morristown

Marc, a distinguished figure in the NJ business community, brings a diverse litigation practice to the firm.

Lincoln Bandlow Recognized by Chambers USA

Ranked as a leader in media and entertainment litigation in California, Lincoln is lauded by clients as “an excellent lawyer.”

Brett Berman Wins Landmark Taxi Decision

A civil rights suit filed by traditional medallion taxi businesses may proceed with claims of unequal treatment.

Yesenia Gallegos Honored Among “Most Powerful and Influential Women”

The National Diversity Council recognized Yesenia as one of Southern California’s most accomplished and dedicated women leaders.

Fox Is Home to Litigation Departments of the Year in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

The firm was lauded as tops among large law firms by both the New Jersey Law Journal and The Legal Intelligencer

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Ransomware Strike: What Impact on Corporate Liability?

The “WannaCry” ransomware attack that impacted businesses from a variety of different industries could heighten corporate regulatory and litigation risks, say attorneys.

According to Scott L. Vernick, companies may run into regulatory risks if they “haven’t been following best practices and haven’t been up front about it.”

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So Who Really Is A ‘Debt Collector’ Under the FDCPA?

When the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act became law in 1977, it promised to regulate the conduct of anyone who “regularly collects or attempts to collect … debts owed or due … another.”

But the courts have divided over an important question about the scope of the law. 

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Washington State Passes Law Restricting Commercial Collection, Storage and Use of Biometric Data

On July 23, 2017, Washington State will become the third state (after Illinois and Texas) to statutorily restrict the collection, storage and use of biometric data for commercial purposes.

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Basics by the Beach: Employment Law

June 27, 2017 at 8:00am9:30amToday
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Americans With Disabilities Act Seminar

June 27, 2017 at 3:00pm5:00pmToday
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NYIT
Carolyn D. RichmondErnest E. Badway
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Entertainment Law Ethics

June 27, 2017 at 11:20am11:50amToday
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Marquette University Law School
Kenneth J. Abdo
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