|SEC: Zero Tolerance for Short Selling Violations||October 18, 2013||Robert G. Sawyer, Gabrielle A. Bernstein||The Foley Adviser|
|Wyeth v. Levine: No Federal Preemption for Drug Labeling||March 5, 2009||Life Sciences Alert|
|Wyeth v. Levine’s ‘Clear Evidence' Language: Clearly Misunderstood||January 13, 2016||David R. Geiger, Andrew M. London||Product Liability Alert|
|Employee May Sue Employer Over Truthful But Arguably Malicious E-Mail to Co-Workers||February 24, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Employer Can Be Liable for Negligently Terminating an Employee Based on Co-Worker’s Discriminatory Conduct||June 3, 2014||Labor and Employment Alert|
|FATCA: With Deadlines Looming, the Time to Act is Now||February 26, 2014||Christopher R. K. Cawley, Nicola Lemay||The Foley Adviser|
|AIFMD: ESMA Recommends the First Wave of Non-EU Countries to Obtain a Europe-Wide Marketing Passport||August 4, 2015||Catherine M. Anderson, Jeffrey D. Collins, Meredith A. Haviland, Lauren Tran||The Foley Adviser|
|Guidance About Title IX: White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault Releases its First Report||April 30, 2014||Education Alert|
|Department of Labor Proposes New Regulations Regarding “White Collar” Exemptions Under the Fair Labor Standards Act||July 1, 2015||Jonathan A. Keselenko||Labor and Employment Alert|
|U.S. Department of Labor Releases Final Rule Revising “White Collar” Exemptions||May 19, 2016||Jonathan A. Keselenko, Christopher Feudo||Labor and Employment Alert|
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