|Product Liability Update||August 31, 2009||David R. Geiger||Product Liability Update|
|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|
|Medical Devices Play a Large Role in Massachusetts Health Care Fraud Unit Cases: September 2008 – September 2009||August 19, 2009||Business Crimes Alert|
|Massachusetts Regulators Propose Amendments to Information Security Regulations, Delay Enforcement Until March 1, 2010||August 18, 2009||Colin J. Zick||Privacy and Data Security Alert|
|Bankruptcy Court Sets September 22, 2009 as Deadline to File Proofs of Claims Against Lehman Brothers||August 12, 2009||Jeffrey D. Collins, Creighton K. Page||The Foley Adviser|
|IRS Issues Moratorium on Certain Annual Information Reports on Foreign Financial Accounts (FBARs)||August 10, 2009||The Foley Adviser|
|Federal Court Dismisses SEC Insider Trading Charges Against Mark Cuban||August 6, 2009||Securities Alert|
|Treasury Now Accepting Cash Grant Applications||August 4, 2009||Nicola Lemay, Adam Wade||Energy Technology and Renewables Alert|
|Proposed Regulation Would Require Federal Contractors to Notify Employees of Their Rights Under Federal Labor Laws||August 4, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Federal Court Decision Suggests That Employees Can Challenge Employers’ Policies on Off-Duty Conduct||July 31, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
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