|SEC Grants Extension of Compliance Date for Delivery of Part 2B of Form ADV||January 3, 2011||Catherine M. Anderson, Jeffrey D. Collins, Meredith A. Haviland, Peter M. Rosenblum||The Foley Adviser|
|National Labor Relations Board Proposes Regulation Requiring Employers to Post Notices About Employees’ Rights under the National Labor Relations Act||December 22, 2010||Kristyn Bunce DeFilipp||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Extension on 100% Tax Exemption for Gain on Certain Qualified Small Business Stock||December 17, 2010||Nicola Lemay||Business Alert|
|Retirement and Pension Plans / Cost of Living Adjustments||December 17, 2010||Business Alert|
|Political and Legal Challenges to Health Reform||December 15, 2010||Brian P. Carey||Healthcare Alert|
|New HIRE Act Stimulus to Businesses||December 9, 2010||Business Alert|
|Eligible Investors May Receive 100% Tax Exemption for Gain on Certain Stock Acquired Before Year-End||December 7, 2010||Jeffrey L. Quillen, Nicola Lemay||Energy Technology and Renewables Update|
|The Affordable Care Act (§ 9008, as amended by § 1404 of the Reconciliation Act)||December 2, 2010||Maia M. Larsson||Healthcare Alert|
|SEC proposes rules implementing new Investment Adviser registration provisions||November 29, 2010||Peter M. Rosenblum, Jeffrey D. Collins, Meredith A. Haviland||The Foley Adviser|
|MCAD Issues Fact Sheet on CORI Reform||November 23, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
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