|Proposed Regulation Would Require Federal Contractors to Notify Employees of Their Rights Under Federal Labor Laws||August 4, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Federal Court Decision Suggests That Employees Can Challenge Employers’ Policies on Off-Duty Conduct||July 31, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Supreme Judicial Court Holds That Doctor Is Not Required to Arbitrate Discrimination Claims||July 28, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Federal Minimum Wage Increases to $7.25 Today||July 24, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Both History and Recent Trends Indicate that Strong FCPA Enforcement Likely to Continue During Economic Downturn||July 20, 2009||Anthony D. Mirenda||Business Crimes Perspectives|
|The Obama Administration Proposes The Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act of 2009||July 17, 2009||Jeffrey D. Collins||The Foley Adviser|
|Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act Liberalizes Endowment Spending and Clarifies Investment Standards for Charitable Institutions||July 16, 2009||Nonprofit Alert|
|Treasury Issues Guidance for Cash Grant Program for Qualifying Renewable Energy Projects||July 14, 2009||Nicola Lemay, Adam Wade||Energy Technology and Renewables Alert|
|Massachusetts Appeals Court Reinstates $195,000 in Emotional Distress Damages For Disability Discrimination||July 9, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|House Passes Combined Renewable Electricity/Energy Efficiency Standard||July 8, 2009||Mark A. Barnett||Energy Technology and Renewables Alert|
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