FisherBroyles, LLP is pleased to announce that Kelly A. Thompson has joined the firm as a partner. Kelly brings a full-service regulatory health law practice to the firm, and she becomes the latest partner to join our unique Law Firm 2.0 model after previously working for an AmLaw 100 firm. Joel M. Ferdinand, the firm’s [...]
FisherBroyles Partner Lisa Powell Elected 2020 President of Houston Chapter of Turnaround Management AssociationGreen Mellen
FisherBroyles partner Lisa Powell has been elected the 2020 President of the Houston Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association. The TMA in an international nonprofit dedicated to turnaround management and corporate renewal with over 8000 members in 50 chapters in 21 countries. FisherBroyles is proud to be a silver sponsor of the Houston Chapter.
FisherBroyles Partner Richard B. Cohen Quoted By Forbes In Article on Retaliation and Sexual HarassmentGreen Mellen
FisherBroyles Partner Richard B. Cohen Quoted By Forbes In Article on Retaliation and Sexual Harassment. Read full article here.
FisherBroyles featured in February 12, 2020 American Lawyer article with the opening of its London office. Read article here.
FisherBroyles Featured in February 12, 2020 Legal Futures Article with the Opening of its London OfficeGreen Mellen
FisherBroyles featured in February 12, 2020 Legal Futures article with the opening of its London office. Read article here.
FisherBroyles Partner Julian Hammar Authors Article on the SEC’s Security-Based Swap Reporting and Recordkeeping RulesGreen Mellen
FisherBroyles Partner Julian Hammar recently authored an article entitled "SEC Adopts Recordkeeping and Reporting Rules for Security-Based Swaps," published in The Review of Securities and Commodities Regulation. The article examines the SEC's final recordkeeping and reporting rules for security-based swaps, which rely heavily on the existing broker-dealer framework. It discusses the rules as applied to various security-based swap [...]
On Monday, February 3, FisherBroyles Partner Paul Beard filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, on behalf of eight pro-mining entities, urging the Court to grant review of an important Clean Water Act case. Law360 reported on FisherBroyles' brief in an article discussing the implications of the case for small-scale mining in the Western United [...]
Employment Counsel and Partner Amy Epstein Gluck to Present at Montgomery County, MD Chapter of SHRMGreen Mellen
Employment Counsel and Partner Amy Epstein Gluck will present "Leading for Respect-Creating Inclusivity And Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Based on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression" for the Montgomery County, MD chapter of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) on February 19, 2020 at 6 p.m. by webinar. Click HERE to register.
By now all insurers should be familiar with the concept of non-affirmative or “silent” cyber. Silent cyber is the idea that although traditional insurance policies (such as standard commercial property or errors & omissions policies) do not expressly refer to cyber-related risks, the policies nevertheless could be found to “silently” afford coverage for cyber losses [...]
FisherBroyles Intellectual Property Partner Alan Minsk published an article in Law360 discussing the implications of the Supreme Court's decision in Oil States holding that a patent is a government granted franchise on the possible regulation of Non-practicing Entities (NPEs). Read the article here (Law360 subscription required).