- Admitted to Massachusetts state and federal courts in 1979
- Admitted to the US Supreme Court in 1990
- Admitted to Florida in 2008
Bruce R. Fox began his legal career with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office in Consumer Protection. He then moved on to General Electric handling major litigation nationwide, such as the Chicago DC-10 plane crash, substantial property damage from transformers, electric blankets, and significant personal injury mainly involving high voltage electrical equipment. In 2007, Bruce turned to corporate legal joining The Main Street America Group (MSA), a national property/casualty insurance company. In 2011, he became the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. He also served for several years on the Board of Directors for all 11 companies within its holding company structure. Bruce has an extensive background in all corporate legal matters, including mergers and acquisitions/strategic combinations, corporate governance, employment law, regulatory compliance, insurance company licensing, complex transactions, and contracts. Bruce spent two decades teaching law courses at Anna Marie College and Suffolk University, as well in the paralegal program at North Shore Community College.
Bruce has lectured extensively for the International In-House Counsel Association, Massachusetts Continuing Education group and the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies.
Bruce and his wife of 48 years moved to Florida from Massachusetts in 2007. He enjoys golf, running and playing the guitar. After retiring from MSA in 2019, Bruce began consulting with Jimerson Birr.