|IRS Releases Streamlined Application for Tax-Exempt Status||July 8, 2014||Sharon C. Lincoln, Jason Steinman||Nonprofit Alert|
|Supreme Court Allows Closely Held Corporations to Invoke Religious Objections Against Providing Employee Contraceptive Coverage||July 1, 2014||Thomas Barker, Tad Heuer||Healthcare Alert|
|U. S. Supreme Court Clarifies Fiduciaries’ Duty of Prudence Under ERISA In Connection with Employee Stock Ownership Plans||June 30, 2014||Robert A. Fisher||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Supreme Court Rules Recess Appointments of NLRB Members Unconstitutional||June 27, 2014||Robert A. Fisher, Christopher Feudo||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Increases the Minimum Wage and Reforms Unemployment Insurance||June 27, 2014||Robert A. Fisher, Lyndsey M. Kruzer||Labor and Employment Alert|
|U.S. Department of Labor Proposes to Change Rule Regarding Who Is a Same-Sex Spouse under the FMLA||June 26, 2014||Robert A. Fisher, Jennifer M. Duke||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Enacts New Biosimilars Substitution Law||June 25, 2014||Pat A. Cerundolo, Igor Gorlach, Tad Heuer||Life Sciences Alert|
|Supreme Court Holds that Technical Differences Don’t Save Aereo From Infringement Liability||June 25, 2014||David A. Kluft||Intellectual Property Alert|
|Supreme Court Revises Rules for Private Securities Class Actions||June 25, 2014||Daniel Marx, Dean F. Hanley, Paul Bork||Securities Alert|
|What Did the Court Really Say About Patent Eligibility?||June 23, 2014||Philip C. Swain, Claire Laporte, Barbara A. Fiacco, Rajesh Vallabh, Philip S. Choi, Ph.D.||Intellectual Property Alert|
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