In its most significant merger to date, Fox boosted its headcount to nearly 750 attorneys with the addition of the Minneapolis-based firm.
Previously serving as general counsel to medical centers, she handles a broad spectrum of health care matters.
Noted for being “very devoted to his clients” and “very well respected in the legal community,” Abe is ranked as a leader in litigation in Pennsylvania.
Amy Rubin, Raúl Valdés-Fauli, Joseph DeMaria, David Greene and Heather Ries were featured as Top Lawyers and Top Up and Comers.
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She will be charged with maintaining the highest levels of security in regards to personal health care information of clients and employees.
In December, President Obama signed the Cyber-Security Information Sharing Act into law, creating a voluntary data sharing pipeline for cyber risks between companies and the government.
While the new protocol offers safe harbors to help quell fears of violating antitrust laws, regulatory enforcement actions and legal liabilities, there has been pushback from some companies already.
On January 16, 2016, the United States announced the lifting of a number of sanctions against Iran under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). This long-awaited action took place in exchange for Iran’s commitment to limit its nuclear program after the International Atomic Energy Agency verified that Iran carried out its nuclear commitments under the JCPOA.
2015 was a significant year of growth for Fox. The firm broke into the Am Law 100 ranks for the first time and completed its most significant merger to date with the acquisition of Minneapolis-based Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly.
For the firm, meeting growth objectives, while staying true to the firm’s unique focus—one that largely revolves around serving middle-market clients—is essential to where it’s headed.