Fox Names Elizabeth Litten as Firm’s HIPAA Privacy Officer

She will be charged with maintaining the highest levels of security in regards to personal health care information of clients and employees.

Christopher M. Rider Recognized by Chambers USA

Ranked as a leader in real estate law in New Jersey, Chris is lauded by clients who note “he is exceptional - very intellectual, pays attention to detail, has excellent intuition and a fantastic work ethic.”

Fox Rothschild Merges With Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly

In its most significant merger to date, Fox boosted its headcount to nearly 750 attorneys with the addition of the Minneapolis-based firm.

Fox Bolsters Health Law Practice with Margaret Davino in New York and New Jersey

Previously serving as general counsel to medical centers, she handles a broad spectrum of health care matters.

South Florida Legal Guide Names Fox Among Top South Florida Firms for Second Consecutive Year

Amy Rubin, Raúl Valdés-Fauli, Joseph DeMaria, David Greene and Heather Ries were featured as Top Lawyers and Top Up and Comers.

Recent M&A and Finance Deals

Learn more about the latest deals closed by Fox Rothschild’s corporate attorneys.


The Silver Lining of Sharing Data on Cyber-Risks

In December, President Obama signed the Cyber-Security Information Sharing Act into law, creating a voluntary data sharing pipeline for cyber risks between companies and the government.

While the new protocol offers safe harbors to help quell fears of violating antitrust laws, regulatory enforcement actions and legal liabilities, there has been pushback from some companies already.

Blog Post

Internet Access at Work: To Ban or Not To Ban

According to a recent article, 28 percent of employers report that they have fired employees for using the Internet for non-work-related activities, such as shopping online or checking Facebook during the workday. In apparent support of the frequency of those terminations, the same article cited statistics that one in four workers admit that, during a typical workday, they will spend at least an hour on personal calls, emails or texts, and that twenty-two percent of those surveyed estimate that they spend an hour or more surfing the Internet, browsing photos and related personal activities.


EEOC’s Proposed Mandate of Compensation Reporting Would Increase Burden on Employers

On February 1, 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published proposed revisions to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) that would require all employers with 100 or more employees to report compensation data on the EEO-1 form for the stated purpose of uncovering potential pay discrimination.


Breakfast Update

February 23, 2016 at 8:00am9:15amNext Week
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Keith I. ChrestionsonTyreen G. TornerLaura Terry Howard

Knowing Your Worth: A Panel Discussion on the Gender Wage Gap

February 23, 2016 at 7:45pmNext Week
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Heather R. Boshak

It’s 2016 – Do You Know Who Your Employees Are?

February 24, 2016 at 8:00am9:15amNext Week
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Randall C. SchauerJennifer J. Hanlin



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