|Border Searches of Travelers’ Electronic Devices Remain an Evolving Area of U.S. Law||March 27, 2018||Punam Singh Rogers, Daniel McFadden||Immigration Alert|
|Massachusetts Creates First-In-Nation Recklessness Standard For Claims Against Brand-Name Drug Manufacturers By Users Of Generics||March 21, 2018||David R. Geiger, Richard G. Baldwin||Product Liability Alert|
|Premium Process Suspended for FY 2019 H-1B Cap Petitions||March 21, 2018||Kevin J. Fitzgerald, Punam Singh Rogers||Immigration Alert|
|As an H-1B or L-1 Petitioner, Do I Need to Worry About the Export Control Rules?||March 20, 2018||Punam Singh Rogers, Gwendolyn Wilber Jaramillo, Anthony D. Mirenda, Shrutih V. Tewarie||Immigration Alert|
|Defending False Claims Act Cases: Two New Tools Under the Trump Administration||March 12, 2018||Giselle J. Joffre, Michael Licker||White Collar Defense Alert|
|BE-12 Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S. Due May 31, 2018||March 8, 2018||Catherine M. Anderson||The Foley Adviser|
|SCOTUS Overturns Decision on Bond Hearings for Detainees Subject to Indefinite Detention||March 5, 2018||Punam Singh Rogers, Rebecca M. Cazabon, Rebecca Gerome||Immigration Alert|
|USCIS Tightens the Rules Related to H-1B Visas for Third Party Worksites||February 28, 2018||Kevin J. Fitzgerald, Punam Singh Rogers||Immigration Alert|
|NLRB Vacates Hy-Brand Joint Employment Liability Standard Because of Board Member Conflict||February 27, 2018||Jonathan A. Keselenko, Erin Olesen||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Crackdown on Business Travelers from Visa Waiver Countries||February 23, 2018||Kevin J. Fitzgerald, Punam Singh Rogers||Immigration Alert|
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