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Fox’s Greensboro Office Moving to Renaissance Plaza

December 19, 2019 – Press Releases

Fox Rothschild LLP is pleased to announce that its Greensboro office will relocate to Renaissance Plaza at 230 North Elm Street, effective June 2020.

Occupying two floors, the new space incorporates contemporary design and efficiency features while maintaining traditional style elements. “The legal profession and the delivery of legal services to clients has significantly changed over the past three decades since we last moved our offices,” said Julie Earp, the firm’s Greensboro Office Managing Partner. “This move presents us with the opportunity to create a forward-thinking space that works for the modern law firm and will carry us into the future.”

Doug Walker, Fox’s Chief Administrative Services Officer, said, “Starting fresh in this new space enables us to implement some key design best practices and manifest an open-concept, modern floor plan that aligns with our growth as a firm.”

In addition to flexible meeting and hospitality spaces, the new location boasts collaborative working spaces, a conference center and a café area.  But not everything about the space will be new.  According to Earp, “We are also recreating something near and dear to our hearts: a fully functioning courtroom conference space named after Bynum Hunter and Steve Millikin, two trial lawyers who taught us well.”

Fox opened its Greensboro office in 2018 through a combination with Smith Moore Leatherwood, a law firm established in North Carolina in 1919 and known for delivering high quality, industry-specific solutions for businesses and individuals.

Fox’s Greensboro office provides a comprehensive suite of legal services to clients in the technology, banking and finance, education, retail, manufacturing, health care and construction industries. The particular strengths of the office include litigation, mergers and acquisitions, employment, taxation and wealth planning, real estate, environmental law and intellectual property.

Fox’s new office in the Renaissance Plaza will reside just yards away from the Stephen Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, the region’s newest state-of-the-art theater.