Nicholas Casiello, Jr. Recognized by Chambers

Ranked as a leading gaming attorney globally and nationwide, Nick is described by clients as "probably the leading international gaming lawyer out there.”

Elizabeth Litten Credited for Approval of Three NJ ACO Pilots

Elizabeth played a crucial role in the approval of three pilot programs, which aim to reduce health care costs and advance patient care.

Fox Partner Named to Rutgers Center for Real Estate Board

Robert Klausner was recently selected by the Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate as a founding member of its advisory board.

Barry S. Schaevitz Joins Fox Rothschild in New York

Fox welcomes this former New York Assistant Attorney General to the firm’s Litigation and Corporate Departments.

Blogging on the Rise

Fox is the most prolific blogging law firm according to LexBlog’s 2015 Am Law 200 Blog Benchmark Report, leading the pack with 39 total blogs. See what we have to offer.

A Leader in Diversity

Wan-Mo Kang has been appointed Regional President of the U.S. East Branch of the World Association of Hallyu Studies, which promotes Korean culture from music and theater to food and fashion.

Fox Team Completes New Markets Tax Credits Transaction

Paul Wassgren, Mark Connot and Daniel Madrid recently completed a $19.8 million transaction on behalf of Eclipse Theaters Development Group LLC.

A Leader in the Community

Fox Partner Raúl J. Valdés-Fauli has been appointed chairman of the Decennial Coral Gables Charter Review Committee.

Three Partners To Receive PA Biotech Center Award

Loren Danzis, Jeffery Nicholas and Elizabeth Sigety will be honored for their commitment to fostering entrepreneurship in the Bucks County region.


America’s Oldest Lawyer?

Murray Shusterman, who graduated from Temple University in 1936 during the Great Depression, has been practicing law for 79 years. When he joined the firm as a partner in 1969, Fox had 25 attorneys. It now has more than 600.

Over his nearly eight decades of practicing law, he has had to adjust to quite a few changes in the legal field, including evolution of payment practices. "When I began practicing law, we didn't have the so-called billable hours program," he said. "And now everything is billable hours." Clients used to simply receive a bill for "services rendered," said Abraham Reich, co-chairman at Fox Rothschild.


New York Fast Food Wage Board Recommends Increasing the Minimum Wage for “Fast Food” Employees to $15.00 Per Hour

As expected, on July 22, 2015, the Fast Food Wage Board (“Wage Board”) appointed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unanimously recommended increasing the minimum wage for fast food employees across New York State to $15.00 per hour. While the $15.00 minimum wage for fast food employees will not be implemented overnight, New York State fast food restaurants must be prepared for substantial increases to their labor costs over the next several years.

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The Anatomy of a Cyber Attack: Prevention, Response and Postmortem (Part 1 of 6)

Cyber-attacks can impact any business regardless of size, sector or level of cyber security. The best way to minimize damages from a cyber-attack is to plan ahead and prepare for a possible attack. Forward thinking can minimize damages and shorten the process of recovery from a cyber-attack. The following suggestions are important steps that every business should take to prepare for a cyber-attack.


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