|SEC Continues Its “Strict Liability” Enforcement Campaigns, Focusing on Filing Failures and Rule 105 Violations||September 17, 2014||Daniel Marx, Dean F. Hanley, Paul Bork||Securities Enforcement Alert|
|CFTC Issues Exemptive Relief to Harmonize with JOBS Act Amendments to Regulation D and Rule 144A||September 11, 2014||Robert G. Sawyer, Jennifer M. Macarchuk||The Foley Adviser|
|SEC ALJ Rules Revocations and Bars Are “Penalties” Subject to Five-Year Statute of Limitations in Section 2462||September 5, 2014||Daniel Marx||Securities Enforcement Alert|
|Republican State Parties Challenge SEC’s Pay-to-Play Rule||August 15, 2014||Robert G. Sawyer, Diana W. Lo||The Foley Adviser|
|Massachusetts Enacts Domestic Violence Leave for Employees||August 12, 2014||Robert A. Fisher, Rebecca Sivitz||Labor and Employment Alert|
|FDA Unveils Anticipated Draft Guidance for the Regulation of Laboratory-Developed Tests||August 4, 2014||Paul T. Kim, Bruce Quinn, M.D., Ph.D.||Life Sciences Alert|
|Product Liability Update||July 23, 2014||David R. Geiger, Creighton K. Page||Product Liability Update|
|Cayman Islands Directors Registration and Licensing Law: CIMA Requires Registration or Licensing of Fund Directors by September 3 (Including Directors Employed by Fund’s Investment Manager)||July 22, 2014||Jeffrey D. Collins, Tiffany Ann Ford, Gabrielle A. Bernstein||The Foley Adviser|
|SEC Issues Staff Legal Bulletin No. 20: Clarifying Disclosure Requirements For Proxy Advisory Firms||July 21, 2014||Dean F. Hanley, Paul Bork, Michael T. Nelson, Ph.D.||Securities Alert|
|Fifth Circuit Issues Important Ruling on Affirmative Action in Higher Education||July 18, 2014||Robert E. Toone, Dean Richlin, Catherine C. Deneke||Education Alert|
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