|Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Recognizes Cause of Action for Projected Medical Monitoring Costs Based on Subclinical Physiological Effects of Exposure to Cigarette Smoke||October 21, 2009||David R. Geiger, Creighton K. Page||Product Liability Update|
|Massachusetts Appeals Court Finds Single Comment Actionable as Discrimination||October 19, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Product Liability Update||October 13, 2009||David R. Geiger||Product Liability Update|
|Supreme Judicial Court Establishes New Standard for Punitive Damages Awards in Discrimination Cases||October 7, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Many Federal Contractors Will Have To Comply With E-Verify||October 6, 2009||Punam Singh Rogers||Labor and Employment Alert|
|House Financial Services Committee Approves The Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act||October 2, 2009||Jeffrey D. Collins||The Foley Adviser|
|House Financial Services Subcommittee Releases Discussion Draft Bills of the Investor Protection Act and the Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act||October 2, 2009||Jeffrey D. Collins||The Foley Adviser|
|FDA Releases Initial Draft Guidance on Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS): Seeking Input from Stakeholders||October 1, 2009||Paul T. Kim||Life Sciences Alert|
|FDA Acknowledges Deviations in Menaflex Knee Device Clearance||September 25, 2009||Paul T. Kim||Life Sciences Alert|
|U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security, Office of Foreign Assets Control Impose Fines on Texas Manufacturer and Its Foreign Affiliates for Unlawful Exports||September 22, 2009||Gwendolyn Wilber Jaramillo||Business Crimes Alert|
Transmitting information to us by e-mail unilaterally does not establish an attorney-client relationship or impose an obligation on either the law firm or even the receiving lawyer to keep the transmitted information confidential. By clicking "OK," you acknowledge that we have no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any information you submit to us unless we already represent you or unless we have agreed to receive limited confidential material/information from you as a prospective client. Thus, if you are not a client or someone we have agreed to consider as a prospective client, information you submit to us by e-mail may be disclosed to others or used against you.
If you would like to discuss becoming a client, please contact one of our attorneys to arrange for a meeting or telephone conference. If you wish to disclose confidential information to a lawyer in the firm before an attorney-client relationship is established, the protections that the law firm will provide to such information from a prospective client should be discussed before such information is submitted. Thank you for your interest in Foley Hoag.