|First Circuit Affirms Large Jury Award to Employee Denied Accommodation for His Disability||February 3, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Interprets The Whistleblower Provision of Sarbanes-Oxley||February 13, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|H-1B Filing Deadline for FY 2010 is Fast Approaching and Stimulus Package Imposes New Restrictions on Hiring Foreign Workers||February 23, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Employee May Sue Employer Over Truthful But Arguably Malicious E-Mail to Co-Workers||February 24, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|New Form I-9 Goes Into Effect Today||April 3, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Federal Court Finds That Agreement to Defer Payment of Salary Violates the Massachusetts Payment of Wages Statute||April 9, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|USCIS Is Still Accepting H-1B Petitions||April 10, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Proposed Regulation Would Require Federal Contractors to Notify Employees of Their Rights Under Federal Labor Laws||August 4, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Supreme Judicial Court Holds That Worker Misclassified As Independent Contractor Is Entitled to Damages, Despite Being Paid More than Comparable Employees||August 24, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|President Obama Extends COBRA Subsidy for Unemployed Workers||December 23, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
Transmitting information to us by e-mail unilaterally does not establish an attorney-client relationship or impose an obligation on either the law firm or even the receiving lawyer to keep the transmitted information confidential. By clicking "OK," you acknowledge that we have no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any information you submit to us unless we already represent you or unless we have agreed to receive limited confidential material/information from you as a prospective client. Thus, if you are not a client or someone we have agreed to consider as a prospective client, information you submit to us by e-mail may be disclosed to others or used against you.
If you would like to discuss becoming a client, please contact one of our attorneys to arrange for a meeting or telephone conference. If you wish to disclose confidential information to a lawyer in the firm before an attorney-client relationship is established, the protections that the law firm will provide to such information from a prospective client should be discussed before such information is submitted. Thank you for your interest in Foley Hoag.