The magazine’s award honors companies that have demonstrated a commitment to the health of their employee populations
Ranked as a leader in real estate law in New Jersey, Robert is lauded by clients as “a very good and effective transactional attorney.”
For the fourth consecutive year, Stephanie has been selected as a "Litigation Star" in Pennsylvania by Benchmark Litigation: Guide to America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys.
Fox was recently selected by BTI Consulting as among its Honor Roll of Most Feared Law Firms in litigation.
In this podcast, John R. Gotaskie, Jr. explains why periodically reviewing your franchise agreements is a best practice for risk management.
An experienced government relations and public policy attorney, Teddy joins the firm as a partner in the Government Relations Practice.
Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 1998, it can be risky to poke around under the hood of a car to examine the software code the car utilizes, and circumventing the encryption on such software has been made unlawful by Congress.
According to Scott L. Vernick, a noted privacy attorney, automakers have a legitimate concern in trying to protect their copyrighted intellectual property and they don’t want cyber-thieves or competitors stealing their software and trade secrets.
Speaker John Boehner, 65, announced his intent to resign from the position of Speaker and his seat in the United States House of Representatives after serving in the House of Representatives since 1990 and as Speaker since 2011.
Fox Rothschild has announced that Partner Mark G. McCreary has added the role of Chief Privacy Officer to his additional duties as a member of the firm’s Corporate, Intellectual Property and Privacy and Data Security Practices.
The move appears to make Fox the first Pennsylvania firm, and possibly just the second firm in the United States, to elevate a partner to the role of Chief Privacy Officer.