The team of public companies attorneys represented Fidelity National Financial Ventures on the spinoff of its subsidiary in a highly valued transaction.
Ranked as a leader in health care law in New Jersey, Elizabeth is regarded as a "very good lawyer," who is "accessible and thorough," according to clients.
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Marie Jones, special gaming counsel for Amaya Inc., was instrumental in bringing the online gaming power house to the state.
Published by The Legal Intelligencer, this book serves as an indispensable desk reference for attorneys throughout the state.
The magazine’s award honors companies that have demonstrated a commitment to the health of their employee populations.
For the fourth consecutive year, Stephanie has been selected as a "Litigation Star" in Pennsylvania by Benchmark Litigation: Guide to America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys.
The European Court of Justice ruled that a 15-year-old agreement that allowed American companies to handle Europeans’ data was invalid.
Under Safe Harbor rules, U.S. companies were permitted to transfer personal data of European citizens to the U.S. and only needed to follow one set of rules on how the data they collected within the European Union was protected. The ruling raises questions about how U.S. tech firms can continue to operate in Europe without breaking the law.
Owners and tenants of commercial property in central business districts throughout the U.S. regularly come upon the homeless. Some of the observers will wonder "why doesn't the city do something about that?" In searching for an answer to that question, municipal authorities need to consider the allocation of scarce resources and assessments of social justice and fairness and how those concepts should be applied to the homeless and their use of streets, sidewalks and public parks.
Fox Rothschild LLP Partner Marie Jiacopello Jones, special gaming counsel for Amaya Inc., was instrumental in bringing the Canadian-based online gaming power house to New Jersey.
On September 30, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement approved Amaya to offer its PokerStars and Full Tilt brands throughout the state along with the other offerings by Amaya.