Fox Welcomes Glenda Martinez in LA

As Assistant General Counsel, she will provide risk management advice to firm attorneys nationwide.

Marc Simon Named to Variety’s Dealmakers Elite NY List

The annual list spotlights the individuals who spearheaded some of the year’s most prominent entertainment deals and negotiations.

Fox Named to Honor Roll of BTI Most Recommended Law Firms

The list is a compilation of top firms recommended by corporate counsel for “providing an outstanding client experience.”

Christopher Pizzo Joins Fox in Morristown

He advises clients in highly regulated industries on corporate and transitional matters.

2019 Women, Influence & Power in Law Award Recipients

Julie Earp and Stephanie Resnick are honored for their leadership and promotion of women and diversity.

Fox Welcomes Robert Fletcher in DC

He handles high-stakes litigation and provides strategic advice on management decisions.

Waste Advantage Mag Spotlights Thomas Terrell Jr.

In this Q&A feature, Tom discusses the biggest challenges facing the solid waste industry.

Emily Bridges: Best & Brightest 35 and Under

Greenville Business Magazine featured her among the community’s rising stars.


Protecting Your Privacy on Your Smart Devices

In an interview with 6abc, Fox’s Chief Privacy Officer Mark McCreary explains how personal data leaks from the smart devices we wear and phone applications we use day-to-day. Best way to enhance security? Start by checking your cell phone’s privacy settings and the permissions you grant to common applications.


School’s Ban on Medical Marijuana OK Under Federal Disability Law

In this alert, Timothy Gilsbach of our Education Practice outlines a decision by a federal judge in New Mexico who held that school entities do not have to permit the presence or use of medical marijuana on school grounds under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.


Hiring Is Already Hard for Restaurants and Now They May Have to Fire

Fox Hospitality Practice Chair Carolyn D. Richmond was interviewed by The New York Times for an article about the severe labor shortage impacting restaurants as a result of the crackdown on undocumented workers. “If you ask any restaurant now what’s keeping them up at night, it’s this,” Richmond began.


All You Need to Know About Moving to California: The E-2 Entrepreneur Visa and Other Visa Options for Israelis in Emerging Tech & Beyond

September 15, 2019 at 9:00am12:30pmToday
The California Israel Chamber of Commerce, Deloitte and Fox Rothschild
Google Tel Aviv
Ali Brodie
Ali Brodie

Pitfalls and Opportunities for Employers with Technology in the Workplace

September 17, 2019 at 8:00am10:30amThis Week
Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey HR Council Meeting
Woodcrest County Club
Catherine T. Barbieri

Lessons Learned: The Imposter Syndrome and the Value of Mentorship

September 17, 2019 at 9:50am10:40amThis Week
Insurance Business America
Millennium Broadway New York Times Square
Stephanie Resnick



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