Family Law Duo Michelle Connell and Wesley Gelb Join Raleigh Office

They provide innovative solutions to complex family law matters at both the trial and appellate levels.

Fox Welcomes Biotech Patent Attorney Howard Suh in NY

A seasoned IP litigator, he has led some of the largest patent cases in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.

Jimmy Hao Named a Diverse Attorney of the Year

The NJ Law Journal honors lawyers committed to “advancing the legal profession.”

What is the Forensic Accountant's Role in White-Collar Criminal Defense Matters?

Matt Adams and Matt Lee explore this topic at the upcoming AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services Conference.

Harry Jackson: Emerging Leaders of Gaming 40 Under 40

This coveted distinction recognizes young leaders “making significant impacts in the casino gaming industry.”

Forbes Names Fox Among ‘America’s Top Trusted Corporate Law Firms’

Litigation and dispute resolution are noted as our most recommended practice areas.

Fox Welcomes Kathleen Barrow in Dallas

Our newest employee benefits partner works with employers on tax and fiduciary issues.


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.


U.S. Restricts Business Dealings With Chinese Tech and Science Firms

The Department of Commerce added 28 Chinese entities to the prohibited Entity List, including large technology, artificial intelligence and science companies that rely on American components and products. In this alert, Nevena Simidjiyska and Elizabeth G. Hodgson report that U.S. companies must now obtain a specific export license to do business with these entities.


California Outlaws Mandatory Arbitration Agreements

In this Labor & Employment alert, Fox attorneys Jeffrey Polsky and Andrew Esler discuss AB 51, a new California law that prohibits employers from requiring employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment.


Tips and Tricks for Taming Basis

October 16, 2019 at 11:30am1:30pmToday
Pasadena Estate & Succession Planning Affinity Group
Annandale Country Club
Daniel  C.  Lorenzen

42nd Annual Forum on Franchising

October 16, 2019Today
American Bar Association
Hyatt Regency at the Colorado Convention Center: Denver
Eleanor Vaida GerhardsJohn R. Gotaskie, Jr.Natalma M. McKnewMichael S. RosenthalCraig R. TractenbergEmily I. BridgesMegan B. Center

Immigration Compliance and Social Security No-Match Letters Are Back

October 16, 2019 at 8:00amToday
The Southern Shore Human Resource Association of New Jersey
Fitzpatrick’s Deli
Alka Bahal
Alka Bahal



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