Join us April 18 in Philadelphia. Top privacy and security professionals present on cybersecurity trends during this inaugural event.
Fox launched its GDPR Check app to help companies determine the steps necessary to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
In global review of corporate GCs, Scott was noted for “creative solutions,” “wide insight” and “responsiveness.”
The firm and its Women’s Initiative are supporting the ABA’s Presidential Initiative: Achieving Long-Term Careers for Women in Law.
Edward advises clients on corporate governance, business transactions and the purchase, sale, development and lease of commercial real estate.
Resident in the Morristown office, Sandra advocates for those in need of representation in complex family law matters in New Jersey.
Named a recipient of the Entertainment Law Initiative’s prestigious 2018 Service Award, Michael was lauded for advancing and supporting the music community.
Daniel Farris and Ted Rosen led a firm-wide team of attorneys in the deal for this leading manufacturer of fans, lights and control systems.
Jeff is sought after for his counsel on complex insurance claims and extensive experience in environmental law.
Managing Intellectual Property magazine has shortlisted Gerard P. Norton, Ph.D. as an Outstanding Litigator in New Jersey in its 2018 edition of “IP Stars,” which highlights firms and individual attorneys for strength and high quality counsel in intellectual property. Norton is Chair of Fox’s IP Litigation Practice Group. He and and Fox’s New Jersey IP group have been featured in the IP Stars list for three consecutive years.
In its annual outline of enforcement priorities, the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations notified the securities industry of the key areas its examiners will target. Topping the list: FINRA, cybersecurity and anti-money laundering programs. Joshua Horn, Ernest Badway and Benjamin McCoy provide the takeaways.
In a post on the IP Spotlight blog, Fox IP Chair James Singer analyzes two recent rulings from the Federal Circuit that suggest the court is changing course in favor of patent eligibility for software.