|So Now What? Implications of the Supreme Court’s Myriad Ruling||June 17, 2013||Claire Laporte, Hathaway Pease Russell, Marco J. Quina||Intellectual Property Alert|
|MA Highest Court Decides that Managers at LLCs Can Be Individually Liable For Wage Act Violations||June 14, 2013||Michael L. Rosen, Lyndsey M. Kruzer, Rebecca Sivitz||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Appeals Court Takes Expansive View of Retaliation Under the Wage Act||June 12, 2013||Robert A. Fisher, Jennifer M. Duke||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Closely Watched Appeals Court Ruling Provides Limited Guidance on Future of Computer and Software Patents||May 31, 2013||Brian C. Carroll, Philip C. Swain||Intellectual Property Alert|
|Out-of-State Workers May Bring Suit under Massachusetts Independent Contractor Statute||May 31, 2013||Christopher Feudo, Lyndsey M. Kruzer, Michael L. Rosen||Labor and Employment Alert|
|SEC and CFTC Jointly Adopt Identity Theft Red Flags Rules Applicable to Investment Advisers and Others||May 28, 2013||Catherine M. Anderson, Gabrielle A. Bernstein||The Foley Adviser|
|UK Treasury Plans to Extend AIFMD Transition Period for Non-UK Fund Managers||May 20, 2013||Jeffrey D. Collins, Diana W. Lo||The Foley Adviser|
|D.C. Circuit Strikes Down NLRB’s Notice-Posting Rule||May 17, 2013||Christopher Feudo||Labor and Employment Alert|
|FATCA Compliance for Investment Fund Managers, Part Two||May 13, 2013||Richard Schaul-Yoder, Christopher R. K. Cawley, Nicola Lemay||The Foley Adviser|
|First Deadline Approaching for NYSE and Nasdaq Listed Companies to Comply with New Compensation Committee Rules||May 9, 2013||Dean F. Hanley, Paul Bork||Securities Alert|
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