Emily Yukich Named President of Los Angeles Venture Association

In this role, Emily will bring startup and emerging companies together with investors and executives.

Fox Noted Among Best Law Firms for Women

This is the fourth time the firm has been named to this prestigious list by Working Mother Media and Flex-Time Lawyers.

Fox Welcomes Experienced Construction Attorney Sarah Biser to Its New York Office

Known for several notable development projects, Sarah brings a tremendous wealth of real estate knowledge to the firm.

Fox Welcomes IP and Media Law Pro Christopher Beall

An accomplished trial attorney, Chris represents clients in First Amendment and civil rights matters, among others.

Joseph Collins Recognized by Chambers USA

Ranked as a leader in litigation in Illinois, Joe has more than 15 years of experience as a trusted adviser, providing counseling and advice to in-house legal teams.

Leading Female Litigator

Stephanie Resnick was recently selected as one of the “Top 250 Female Litigators in America” by Benchmark Litigation.

Robert Klausner and Deirdre Moore Featured in NJBIZ

The article details how Fox’s future Morristown office building will play a role in the revitalization of the downtown business district.


Privacy Cases To Watch in 2016: Midyear Report

Privacy cases continue to heat up in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Spokeo ruling.

“We should be tracking every case now arguing Spokeo to see whether there are more winners or losers,” said Scott L. Vernick, a noted privacy attorney. “That way, we would have some empirical data about whether Spokeo is ultimately pro plaintiff or pro defendant.”

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U.S. Employers Facing Increased Fines for Form I-9 Violations

The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced significant increases in fines for immigration-related paperwork violations in an interim final rule slated to take effect this fall.

Harsher financial penalties come as part of the federal government’s recently expanded efforts to ensure that employers comply with strict verification, recordkeeping and document retention requirements, with regard to the Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification).


FDA Says Dietary Supplements Subject to Strict New Guidance

Dietary supplements that came on the market after October 15, 1994 must have a new dietary ingredient notification (NDI) to the FDA, according to an extensive new guidance document issued on August 11.

If you are in the industry, it is imperative to read this newly released guidance. The last guidance in this area was released in 2011. This guidance is more comprehensive and should be carefully followed.


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