|New Massachusetts Pass-Through Entity Withholding Requirements: April 30th Deadline May Apply||March 17, 2009||Nicola Lemay, Teresa A. Martland||Taxation Alert|
|First Nationwide Greenhouse Gas Emission Reporting Rules Proposed: Comments Likely Due in May||March 11, 2009||Adam P. Kahn, Seth D. Jaffe||Environmental Alert|
|Final Reminder – Mandatory Electronic Form D Filing Requirement Takes Effect on March 16, 2009||March 5, 2009||Jeffrey D. Collins||The Foley Adviser|
|Regulatory Summary of 105 CMR 970.000 - Final Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Manufacturer Conduct Regulations||March 5, 2009||Life Sciences Alert|
|Wyeth v. Levine: No Federal Preemption for Drug Labeling||March 5, 2009||Life Sciences Alert|
|Q&A Series: When Your Public Company Must Restate Its Financial Statements||March 4, 2009||Dean F. Hanley||Business Alert|
|Tax Related Renewable Energy Provisions in the Stimulus Act||February 27, 2009||Nicola Lemay, Mark A. Barnett||Taxation Alert|
|New Health Information Privacy and Security Provisions in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009||February 25, 2009||Colin J. Zick||Privacy and Data Security Alert|
|Smart Grid Stimulus: Business Opportunities Will Depend on Agency Rules, Energy Policy||February 25, 2009||Mark A. Barnett||Energy Technology and Renewables Alert|
|SEC v. Tambone: The First Circuit Broadly Interprets Primary Liability Under the Federal Securities Laws – and Adds to an Existing Circuit Split||February 24, 2009||Anthony D. Mirenda||Business Crimes Perspectives|
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