Lack of Preparedness & Government Access Top Data Security Agenda

Scott Vernick spearheaded a survey that reveals the private sector is still not prepared – and generally lacks the knowledge – to respond effectively to a major cyber breach.

Fox IP Team Scores Major ITC Victory in Converse Trademark Case

Led by Jeff Schwartz, Austen Endersby and Christopher Kinkade, the team represented Highline United, LLC in this long-standing dispute.

Meet the Fox Lawyer Who Is Repping Maria Sharapova

John Haggerty has been featured in numerous articles for his representation of the star tennis player.

Brian Berkley Named Among 100 Legal 'Rising Stars'

The Irish Voice's esteemed list recognizes accomplished lawyers of Irish descent throughout the nation.

The Beverly Hills Bar Association Names Darrell Miller Entertainment Attorney of the Year

Darrell was honored for his impact on the industry at a star-studded event with performances by Grammy®-winning artists.

Marcy Hart Named Among Top 25 Women to Watch by The Philadelphia Business Journal

The prestigious list highlights women who have a major impact in real estate, construction and development.

The National Law Journal Names James Singer an Intellectual Property Trailblazer

The award honors professionals who are innovating the field and changing the way IP law is practiced.


Supreme Court Ruling Creates Burden To Prove Actual Injury

A recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that said plaintiffs must show evidence of “concrete” injury to successfully file suit could help businesses defend themselves again class actions, attorneys say.

The ruling has already been cited in several data breach cases, said Scott L. Vernick, a noted privacy attorney.

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The Trend of Unlimited Vacation Policies

With the Silicon Valley trend of unlimited vacation policies creeping into non-tech workplaces, many are left wondering how they work. In theory, an unlimited vacation policy allows employees to take as much time off as they want, without the employer tracking it or having to pay anything out upon termination. But, in practice, there are a lot of wrinkles.


The Fate of EB-5 — Extended Through Congressional Inaction, But Reform May Be on the Horizon

Congress tried in 2015 to tackle new EB-5 reform legislation, but chose instead to extend the program without any changes through September 2016. This was the result of an impasse on issues relating to an increase in the capital threshold amount and a change in the metrics used to determine what is a targeted employment area, or TEA.


Preventing Employers From Getting Blown to Bits: The Minefields of Employment Law Compliance

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What Every Lawyer Should Know About Transgender Issues in the Workplace

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