Smith Moore Leatherwood Combines with Fox Rothschild

We are pleased to welcome 130 attorneys in the Southeast to Fox's national network!

Fearsome Fox

For the fourth consecutive year, the firm is named to BTI’s Honor Roll of “Most Feared Law Firms in Litigation.”

​​​​​​​Mark Silow Named Among Power 100

The Philadelphia Business Journal recognized Mark’s strategic leadership and “acquisitive” outlook.

Joel Bolstein Appointed Chair of PA Human Relations Commission

The PHRC develops state policy and regulations and adjudicates claims alleging discrimination in housing, employment, educational opportunities and public accommodation. 

Privacy & Data Security Pro Odia Kagan Joins Fox

Odia will chair the firm’s GDPR Compliance & International Privacy practice.

Christina Sanfelippo: IWIRC Rising Star

The International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation recognized Christina's commitment to the advancement of women in the restructuring and insolvency professions.

Robert Klausner: ‘Real Estate Influencer’

ROI-NJ highlighted Bob for his robust institutional knowledge and extensive industry experience.

Barnett Satinsky Recognized by Chambers USA

Buzz impresses clients with his "great depth of knowledge" in labor and employment and public utilities matters. 

Blog Post

NC Court of Appeals Takes Baby Steps Toward Paperless Future

In a post on the North Carolina Appellate Practice Blog, partner Matthew Leerberg reports on the efforts of the North Carolina Court of Appeals to get rid of some of the paper in its storage rooms and gradually shift to allowing litigants to e-file some components of the record on appeal. 


Exec Who Ignored Forum-Selection Clause Loses Chance To Sue

A Fox Labor & Employment litigation team led by partner Colin Dougherty secured an important victory in a federal appeals court that ends a former executive’s lawsuit against Qualtek USA and underscores the power of a contractual choice-of-law provision and forum-selection clause.


Carve-Outs: The Unexpected Costs of Turning Nothing into Something

In an article the American Bankruptcy Institute JournalMichael Herz explains that "carve-outs are enticing to a trustee because they essentially create an opportunity to provide the estate with something from nothing, not to mention a chance to generate a commission under § 326(a)," but that it can result in "a costlier endeavor than what was originally anticipated."


The Wage and Hour Mistakes That Cost Employers Millions: Best Practices for Preventing a Class or Collective Action Lawsuit

November 13, 2018Today
Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Employment Law Institute West 2018
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Rick L. EtterColin D. Dougherty

Mitigating Dealer Fraud and Minimizing Risk

November 13, 2018 at 8:30amToday
Auto Fin Con 2018
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C. Dunham Biles



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