The Los Angeles Times has named Squire Patton Boggs partners Alan Friel and Adam Fox among its 2022 Legal Visionaries, as part of an annual publication recognizing the top thought leaders and power brokers in Southern California’s legal industry.
In-house and private practice attorneys are selected for their achievement and contribution to the profession, including their average success rate, settlements and verdicts won in the past three years, leadership positions within the firm and community, and board affilations and recognitions.
Alan L. Friel is chair of the firm’s global Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice. In 2022, BTI Consulting Group named Mr. Friel a Client Service All-Star, recognizing lawyers who stand above all others in delivering the absolute best in client service. Mr. Friel is a thought leader in digital media, intellectual property, data privacy and protection, and consumer protection law, with three decades of relevant experience to address the intersection of law and technology.
Adam Fox is an experienced trial lawyer, trailblazer and community leader who regularly handles high-profile cases representing public officials, celebrities, sports figures and foreign governments, as well as a wide range of business enterprises. He has tried cases in courts across the US, and arbitrated disputes in both Europe and Asia. The Los Angeles Business Journal named Mr. Fox in 2020 to its list of the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles – the LA 500. He previously served as managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office and as a member of the firm’s Global Board.