|Massachusetts Creates Private Right of Action to Enforce Workers' Compensation Law||August 20, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|New Massachusetts Law Requires Notice to Employees About the Addition of Negative Information to Their Personnel Records||August 19, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|The United States Increases Filing Fees For Certain H-1B and L Petitions||August 17, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Act||August 16, 2010||Paul Bork||Securities Alert|
|Massachusetts Restricts Employers' Use of Criminal Record Information||August 13, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Supreme Judicial Court Limits the Protections of the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act||August 11, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|FDA Recommends Actions to Improve Oversight of Medical Devices||August 5, 2010||Paul T. Kim||Healthcare Alert|
|Further Guidance On The Revised Accredited Investor Standard||August 4, 2010||Jeffrey D. Collins, Robert G. Sawyer||The Foley Adviser|
|Massachusetts Legislature Passes Permit Extension Act As Part of Economic Development Legislation||August 3, 2010||Seth D. Jaffe, Adam P. Kahn, Douglas M. McGarrah||Environmental Alert|
|Product Liability Update||July 30, 2010||David R. Geiger, Creighton K. Page||Product Liability Update|
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