Darrell D. Miller and Gregory B. Williams Named to Savoy Magazine’s 2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers List

March 10, 2015 – Press Releases

Fox Rothschild LLP is pleased to announce that Darrell D. Miller and Gregory B. Williams have been named to Savoy Magazine’s prestigious 2015 “Most Influential Black Lawyers” list in recognition of their distinguished legal careers, professionalism, and outstanding commitment to community service.

The prominent list is comprised of the “best of the best” of black lawyers who are partners within leading national law firms and also corporate counsel from Fortune 1000 corporations.

“Savoy is proud to be at the vanguard of recognizing excellence and success within private industry and corporate professionals,” said L.P. Green, II the publisher of Savoy Magazine. “Recognizing the ‘Most Influential Black Lawyers’ is a natural extension of our ongoing coverage of influencers and achievers that began with the creation of the ‘Most Influential Black Executives’ and ‘Most Influential Black Women’ listings. We remain committed to recognizing and exposing the world to the full spectrum of excellence within the African-American community.”

Savoy Magazine, a national publication covering the power, substance and style of African- American lifestyle, is a cultural catalyst for the African-American community that showcases and drives positive dialogue on and about Black culture.

Miller, who serves as chair of Fox’s Entertainment Department and office managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles offices, has more than two decades of entertainment law deal-making experience, with an emphasis on the creation of multiple streams of income for clients with high brand equity through cross-promotion of film, television, music, theatre, multimedia and licensing opportunities.

In 2014, Miller was honored as a top dealmaker in Variety Magazine’s Dealmaker Impact Report and was featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal’s Entertainment Law Supplement that profiled California’s top entertainment lawyers. Additionally, Miller received the University of Cincinnati’s Kautz Alumni Masters Forum Award and, for the second consecutive year, he was named a California Super Lawyer.

Williams, a former office managing partner of the firm’s Wilmington office and the first African-American to serve in this role and on the firm’s Executive Committee in the firm’s history, has a diverse practice focused on commercial, intellectual property and other business litigation for a wide range of corporate clients, including technology companies, manufacturers, financial institutions, energy companies, healthcare companies, retailers, government entities, colleges and universities and faith-based organizations.

Active in many organizations, Williams is the immediate past president of the Delaware State Bar Association, is a past president of the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia and serves as co-chair of the State of Delaware Access to Justice Commission, which was formed by the Delaware Supreme Court in January 2014. Among many accolades, Williams has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for more than ten consecutive years, has been recognized as a Top Lawyer by Delaware Magazine, and has been named a Top Black Lawyer by The Network Journal.

Click here to link to Savoy Magazine’s 2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers list.