Thursday, November 21, 2013

Fox Rothschild partners re-elect management team

Mark L. Silow
Philadelphia-based law firm Fox Rothschild announces
that the partnership has re-elected co-chairmen Phillip E. Griffin and Abraham C. Reich and managing partner Mark L. Silow to their fourth consecutive
three-year terms, effective April 1, 2014.
The trio has overseen a period of unprecedented growth
for the firm during a challenging economy. In the last three years alone, Fox grew from 475 lawyers and 15 offices to its current roster of nearly 600 attorneys in 19 offices.

The firm's expansion has included new offices in Washington, DC; Denver, CO; Morristown, NJ; and Coral Gables, FL.
Griffin is located in the firm’s Princeton office while Reich and Silow are based in Philadelphia
Reich, a former Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, handles a wide array of business litigation matters, including antitrust, securities, trade secrets, intellectual property matters, legal ethics and professional responsibility, alternative dispute resolution and other corporate matters. He also represents lawyers and serves as an expert witness in legal ethics, professional responsibility and law firm matters.
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Griffin, named "Princeton Area Health Care Lawyer of the Year," by
 Best Lawyers, practices primarily in the areas of tax, business, financial and estate planning; health care law; mergers and acquisitions; sales and purchases of businesses; and matters relating to professional service practices and closely held businesses.
Silow is a tax lawyer and former chair of the firm’s Tax Department who now devotes a significant portion of his time to firm management.
The firm offers representation in a number of practices, including construction, energy and public utilities, environmental, real estate and zoning and land use.  

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