Tackling a General Counsel’s Worst Nightmare

When a data breach strikes, Fox has you covered with its critically acclaimed Data Breach 411 app.

Fox Partners Recognized by Benchmark Litigation

Stephanie Resnick and Joseph Collins have been named Litigation Stars in the prestigious 2017 guide.

Lori Landew Named Woman on the Move

The prestigious Main Line Today list showcases women who stand out in their careers and work to shatter the glass ceiling. 

Ely Goldin Recognized by Chambers Global

Ranked as a leader in dispute resolution, Ely serves the business and litigation needs of the Russian immigrant community as well as companies in Russia and other CIS nations.

Peter Tucci and Sandra Romaszewski Named M&A Trailblazers

The National Law Journal highlighted the duo for their work on a series of major deals, transactions and middle-market acquisitions.

Fox Unveils Trademark and Advertising Blog: Above the Fold

The firm’s newest blog offers insights and analysis on rulings impacting marketing and advertising professionals and in-house counsel.

Darrell Miller and Yesenia Gallegos Named Among Most Influential Minority Lawyers

The pair were selected by the Los Angeles Business Journal for their leadership and community service.

Elizabeth Litten Named Among Top Women in Law

The New Jersey Law Journal’s prestigious list highlights 25 women who have made an extraordinary impact on the legal profession.


Yahoo Case Brings Back the Edward Snowden Effect

A report that Yahoo has been scanning incoming emails on behalf of U.S. intelligence officials has brought back the Edward Snowden effect – an intensified fear among the public regarding information security and privacy.

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California’s Fair Pay Act Expanded To Include Race and Ethnicity

California’s Fair Pay Act, already the broadest in the nation, has now been expanded in two key aspects:

First, the Governor approved SB 1063, so that the Fair Pay Act now protects against race-based disparities in pay.  


DOL Issues Final Rule Mandating Paid Sick Leave for Employees of Federal Contractors

On September 7, 2015, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors (EO). After months of comments on the proposed rules, on September 30, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a Final Rule to implement Executive Order (EO) 13706. 


The Journey to Success

October 20, 2016Today
National Association of African American Human Resources Professionals Diversity Forum
Wali Rushdan II

Narrow & Tiered Networks: Pros and Cons

October 21, 2016 at 1:50pm2:30pmTomorrow
New Jersey State Bar Association
Elizabeth G. Litten

Paid Sick Leave, Family Leave & Beyond

October 21, 2016 at 8:30am1:00pmTomorrow
New Jersey Business and Industry Association
Christina A. Stoneburner



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