Brokers Beware: Negligent Practices Are Met With Negative Results

In this podcast, Joshua Horn and Ernest Badway discuss how brokerage firms can maintain best practices with clients and regulatory bodies.

Fox Welcomes Two Prominent EB-5 Attorneys in New York and Miami

Roy Carrasquillo and Scott Bettridge represent clients in EB-5 issues and corporate transactions in Latin America and Puerto Rico.

Jack Luellen Named Among Denver Business Journal’s 2015 “Who’s Who in Energy”

For the third consecutive year, Jack has been honored for his dedicated commitment and service to the practice of energy law.

Ian D. Meklinsky Recognized by Chambers USA

Ranked as a leader in labor and employment law in New Jersey, Ian is lauded as an “excellent labor and employment attorney” by clients.

International Trade Law Compass Blog

Our newest blog updates you on customs/import compliance, export controls and sanctions, international anti-corruption, the FCPA, cross-border contracts and more.

Three Fox Transactions Named Among Finalists for M&A Advisor Awards

These annual awards recognize the leading dealmakers, firms and transactions as selected by an independent panel of judges.

Are We There Yet? A Transportation Law Blog

Our newest blog discusses the latest legal issues facing the transportation and logistics industry, including air, rail, trucking, intercity bus and shipping and more.


Cyber Security Bill Passes Senate Muster

In October, the U.S. Senate approved The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2013 – S. 754 – which protects businesses against liability from sharing information with governmental agencies.

The legislation will provide a useful tool that encourages sharing of data between businesses and the government, but it is limited.


Advancement of Female Attorneys in Law Firms – Where Are We Today?

In 1998, the Philadelphia Bar Association adopted the “Statement of Goals of Philadelphia Law Firms and Legal Departments for the Retention and Promotion of Women.” At the time, I was an equity partner at Fox Rothschild LLP for six years and the chair of the Firm’s Partnership Advancement Committee. My firm was one of the first to sign on to the Statement of Goals, which were established to address the discrepancies between the number of men and women who were able to accede to the partnership ranks and leadership positions within the firms.

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Can an Employer Limit the Use of a Foreign Language in the Workplace?

According to a recently filed lawsuit, Hajra v. Wawa, by a former employee of Wawa, Inc., his manager singled him out and enforced an English-only policy because he spoke with an accent. The former employee claims that the manager required that he only “speak English” while on the job because no one understood what he was saying. A native of Kosovo, he alleges that the manager repeatedly instructed that he speak English despite only speaking that language while at work.


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