Counsel Chris Feudo Speaks to WCVB 5 on Education
Foley Hoag COVID-19 Task Force Co-Chair Chris Feudo answers employment questions for a special Back-to-School segment, "Working parents' rights 'limited' during pandemic." More>>
Avoiding Liability and Implementing Compliance Best Practices - Many public companies and private companies with venture capital and private equity investors have...More »
The CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, 2020, created numerous emergency relief funds available to a wide variety of industries, including a $100 billion...More »
Counsel Chris Feudo Speaks to WPIX: “Employers are recognizing that there has to be a solution. If kids can’t go back to school, parents can’t go back to work full-time,” explained Chris Feudo, an attorney with Foley Hoag in Boston. More»
While most cannabis businesses have been deemed essential, operators in certain states have been forced to close and others are seeing decreased sales...More »
What are the privacy and security considerations to manage the threat and compliance environments in a workplace that has largely, and very recently, become remote?...More »
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, state Attorneys General have asserted their authority in a variety of ways, from issuing new guidance and regulations on price-gouging... More »
Questions and Advice:
As our nation and the world grapple with how to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, we're all looking for answers. Colin Zick has some answers. More »
Colin Zick and Chris Feudo of Foley Hoag's COVID-19 Task Force:
How is COVID-19 impacting your business? How do you manage employment, healthcare, and privacy all while trying to find balance between legal obligations and protecting your company, employees and customers? Foley Hoag's Colin Zick and Christopher Fuedo, Co-Chairs of COVID-19 Taskforce, will answer the difficult questions surrounding COVID 19. More>
Colin Zick Talks Security with Arun Rath on In It Together:
Colin Zick, Co-Chair of Foley Hoag LLP’s COVID-19 Task Force, recently appeared on the WGBH News program “In It Together,” where he discussed how companies and individuals can protect their sensitive data in an era of remote work and telehealth. More>
Security teams are trained to mitigate risk, identify breaches, and respond. However, we are in unprecedented times with circumstances changing every day. We were joined by security experts for a virtual table top event. More »
What Massachusetts Employers and Employees Need to Know:
Chris Feudo, Co-Chair of Foley Hoag’s COVID-19 Task Force, joined a March 25 Boston Bar Association webinar where he discussed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the impacts on Massachusetts employers. More »
On July 19, 2021, Secretary Becerra of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services extended the existing public health emergency for 90 days, until October 20, 2021.
On May 28, 2021, Governor Charlie Baker issued two executive orders lifting many of the COVID-19-related restrictions and limitations imposed over the past 15 months, setting in motion the eventual rescission of the Governor’s March 10, 2020 declaration of a State of Emergency on June 15, 2021.
Law 360: DeVos Can't Redefine 'Student' For CARES Aid, Judge Says - A Massachusetts federal judge has sided with a Haitian college student who was denied CARES Act relief, ordering the U.S. Department of Education and the college on Friday not to deny her emergency funds based on her immigration status.More
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