Fox Rothschild Contributes $27K to Relief Efforts Benefitting Japan

April 14, 2011 – Press Releases

Fox Rothschild, together with its staff and attorneys, donated more than $27,000 to disaster relief efforts benefitting the people of Japan during the firm's "Japan Disaster Relief Day" held March 25.

The firm's "Japan Disaster Relief Day" invited staff and attorneys throughout the firm's national network of 16 offices to dress casually for the day in exchange for a donation. The funds raised will be donated to the Japanese American Association and other organizations involved in humanitarian, relief and recovery efforts in Japan. These organizations were selected by several of Fox Rothschild’s attorneys closely connected to the Japanese community.

Pictured, from left: Howard R. Flaxman, partner at Fox Rothschild; Mark L. Silow, administrative partner of the firm; and Abraham C. Reich, firm co-chairman.

"The Fox Rothschild family has a history of lending our support to those in need," said Mark L. Silow, administrative partner of the firm. "Particularly with the close connections that our firm has with the Japanese community both here in the United States and in Japan, we felt it acutely important to render aid and show our support to the people of Japan as they confront the aftereffects of this unprecedented series of disasters.”

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