Fox Rothschild

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Fox Rothschild LLP
Fox Rothschild logo.png
HeadquartersPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
No. of offices27
No. of attorneys900+
Key peopleMark L. Silow (Chairman) [1] and Mark L. Morris (Firmwide Managing Partner) [2]
Date founded1907; 112 years ago (1907)
Company typeLimited liability partnership
WebsiteFoxrothschild.com

Fox Rothschild LLP is an American law firm founded in Philadelphia in 1907 with two attorneys,[3] the firm has experienced substantial growth since 2000, expanding from 10 offices in 2005 to 15 offices in 2010 and 27 offices in 2018.[4] The firm currently has more than 900 attorneys in 27 offices.

Notable Practices[edit]

Fox Rothschild is a full-service law firm known particularly for the strength of its Real Estate, Emerging Companies & Venture Capital, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Entertainment, Litigation, Intellectual Property and Labor and Employment practices. The firm is also considered a market leader in certain highly-regulated industries, most notably Cannabis[5] and Gaming[6].

Locations[edit]

The firm currently operates from 27 offices across the United States, located in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, Wilmington (DE), Princeton, Morristown (NJ), Miami, West Palm Beach, Dallas, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro (NC), Wilmington (NC), Greenville (SC), Blue Bell (PA), Exton (PA) and Warrington (PA).[7]

Investments[edit]

In 2018, the firm backed MetaProp along with Cushman & Wakefield, First Republic Bank, and machineQ.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], September 6, 2016
  2. ^ [2], September 6, 2016
  3. ^ Big Philadelphia law firm completes its largest merger ever, Philadelphia Business Journal, December 14, 2015
  4. ^ Blumenthal, Jeff. "Philly law firm gives management team three more years". Bizjournals.com. Philadelphia Business Journal. Retrieved 19 November 2015.
  5. ^ [3], Chambers USA, February 20, 2019
  6. ^ [4], Chambers USA, April 20, 2019
  7. ^ [5], www.foxrothschild.com, January 1, 2019
  8. ^ The future of prop tech to include software to ID weapons?, The Real Deal, September 16, 2018

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