Significantly expanding its geographic footprint, Fox merged with Seattle-based Riddell Williams, adding more than 35 lawyers to its roster.
The firm named new partners throughout its national network of offices.
The National Diversity Council recognized Yesenia as one of Southern California’s most accomplished and dedicated women leaders.
Daniel and Nicole bolster the firm’s existing depth in privacy, data security and technology transactions.
The New Jersey Law Journal lauded Justice Long for her significant impact on the legal profession.
Ranked as a leader in intellectual property law in Pennsylvania, Jim is lauded by clients as someone whose “enthusiasm for each new invention fires up the inventors.”
The duo represent film and television companies, producers, directors and other content providers.
Ranked as a leader in health law in Pennsylvania, David is described by clients as “first-rate” for proficiency in developing compliance programs and overseeing transactions and affiliations.
Scott L. Vernick weighs in with USA Today on the use of “tagging” by app developers.
The “WannaCry” ransomware attack that impacted businesses from a variety of different industries could heighten corporate regulatory and litigation risks, say attorneys.
According to Scott L. Vernick, companies may run into regulatory risks if they “haven’t been following best practices and haven’t been up front about it.”
The nonprofit sector has seen a dramatic rise in the number of mergers and reorganizations. The constant need to reduce costs, especially in the health care sector, seems to be the driving force behind the movement.