Effective April 1, the firm will have new office managing partners in six locations.
This state-of-the-art building is home to more than 50 attorneys from Fox’s previous Morristown and Roseland offices.
Scott L. Vernick tells USA Today that if true, “then at a minimum this is Snowden 2.0.”
Sarah brings an extensive background advising clients on sophisticated estate planning issues to the firm.
Jeff received the President’s Award for his dedication to the Pennsylvania Association of School Personnel Administrators.
Ranked as a leader in bankruptcy/restructuring law in New Jersey, Rick is lauded by clients as “exceptionally knowledgeable, practical and a strong litigator.”
Brian’s multifaceted practice encompasses REITs as well as corporate and securities matters.
Ranked as a leader in real estate law in Pennsylvania, Mark is praised by clients, who say he “understands what the client needs and finds solutions to satisfy those needs.”
Carol was honored as a lawyer “On the Rise” for her leadership in the legal profession and community.
The prestigious list recognized Tim for his “superior” mergers and acquisitions work.
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."
In conjunction with SXSW, Fox Rothschild presented 12 CLE sessions for music, film and interactive professionals, featuring panelists who provided legal perspectives and insights on industry trends.
Click below to access information and materials from each panel.
In certain situations, yes.
Ordinarily, the term of a patent begins on the grant date and ends 20 years after the filing date of the patent. If the patent claims priority to an earlier-filed nonprovisional patent application, then the 20-year term is calculated from the filing date of the earlier-filed application.