|Jonathan Kanter, Another Big Tech Critic, Nominated to Head Up the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division||July 23, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Federal Public Health Emergency Extended to October 20, 2021||July 21, 2021||Colin J. Zick||COVID-19 Taskforce Alert|
|Reminder: FINRA Entitlement Certification Due by July 19, 2021||July 15, 2021||Ayah K. Zaidi, Meredith A. Haviland||The Foley Adviser|
|President Biden Takes First Step to Limit Non-Compete Agreements Nationally||July 14, 2021||Michael L. Rosen, Allison Anderson||Labor and Employment Alert|
|What Is a Sustainability-Linked Loan, and Should My Company Get One?||July 8, 2021||Anne Seymour, Thomas Draper, Malcolm G. Henderson||ESG Alert|
|Supreme Court in Minerva Surgical Inc. v. Hologic Inc., Upholds but Limits the Scope of the Equitable Doctrine of Assignor Estoppel||June 30, 2021||Philip C. Swain, Jeffrey I.D. Lewis||Intellectual Property Alert|
|Biden Administration Targets Chinese Solar Power Industry Over Human Rights Abuses||June 28, 2021||Luciano Racco, Anthony D. Mirenda, Shrutih V. Tewarie, Anna Maria Annino||Trade Sanctions and Export Controls Alert|
|OSHA Issues Emergency Temporary Standard Rule for Healthcare Employers||June 25, 2021||Colin J. Zick||Healthcare Alert|
|What Are Interlocking Directorates and Section 8?||June 25, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Supreme Court in United States v. Arthrex Salvages Administrative Patent Judge Statute, Declares PTO Director Can Review Final Written APJ Panel Decisions||June 23, 2021||Peter A. Sullivan, Philip C. Swain, Tad Heuer||Intellectual Property Alert|
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