Fox Announces the Opening of Our New Office in Morristown

This state-of-the-art building is home to more than 50 attorneys from Fox’s previous Morristown and Roseland offices.

Thomas Paradise Delivers Keynote at Law and Society Week

The annual event celebrates the Community College of Philadelphia and Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society partnership.

Fox Rothschild Reels in Prominent Entertainment Law Group

Kenneth Abdo, Paul Bezilla, Bob Donnelly, Adam Gislason, Tim Matson and John Simson join the firm’s national entertainment department.

Stephanie Resnick Named Litigation Trailblazer by The National Law Journal

This prestigious distinction recognizes attorneys whose accomplishments place them at the highest rung of advancing litigation strategy.

IP Chair James Singer Lauded in Lexology Client Choice Report

Recognized for his work with patents, James is touted for outstanding client service.

Emily Yukich Named Woman of Influence by L.A. Biz

The annual list recognizes women who have made a significant impact in the Los Angeles community.

Fox's Scott Vernick and Mark McCreary Named As Trailblazers in Privacy Law

The National Law Journal recognized them as leaders in promoting cyber-security and responding to data beaches.


Every American Should Be Concerned About the Flynn Leaks — Here's Why

In an opinion piece for The Hill, Scott Vernick writes about whether Michael Flynn's constitutional rights were ignored and contends that far too many individuals were privy to wiretaps of Flynn's phone calls with a Russian ambassador.

"The resignation (or firing) of Michael Flynn as national security adviser raises a serious and troubling question about when and under what circumstances the sort of government surveillance operation that ended his career may be used against a private American citizen."


Trump Administration Rescinds Guidance on Transgender Student Rights

Reversing the Obama Administration’s policy on the rights of transgender students, officials in the Trump Administration have issued a new “Dear Colleague Letter” that reveals a sharp shift in the government’s stance on transgender rights under Title IX.

Issued on Feb. 22 by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice, it withdraws earlier statements of policy and guidance issued in the Letter to Emily Prince, dated Jan. 7, 2015, and a Dear Colleague letter on Transgender Students issued in May 2016. 

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Amendments Make International Entrepreneur Rule More Startup-Friendly: Rule’s Future Remains Unclear

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently published the International Entrepreneur Rule, which finalizes regulations intended to increase and enhance entrepreneurship, innovation and job creation in the U.S.

The rule – which becomes effective July 17, 2017 – has been through a period of public comment and the resulting amendments generally make it easier for foreign entrepreneurs to establish startup companies in the U.S. 


Avoiding the Accidental Franchise When Structuring Licenses or Distribution Agreements

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Social Media Issues: Is Your Business Complying With Current Laws?

March 2, 2017 at 1:00pm2:00pmTomorrow
Bucks County Business Law Institute
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Eleanor Vaida Gerhards

Preventative Lawyering: Lessons Learned from the Construction Industry

March 2, 2017 at 3:15pm4:30pmTomorrow
The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution 2017 Annual Meeting
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Sarah B. Biser



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