|Five Common Employment Law Hazards for Start Ups||April 29, 2010||Michael L. Rosen||eBook|
|Final Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Manufacturer Conduct Regulations||March 19, 2009||Colin J. Zick, Pat A. Cerundolo, Tad Heuer||eBook|
|Employing Workers in Massachusetts: A Guide for Emerging Companies||April 6, 2015||Michael L. Rosen||eBook|
|Cybersecurity 2019: Data Privacy Trends||April 25, 2019||Colin J. Zick, Christopher Escobedo Hart, Michael Licker, Jeremy W. Meisinger, Carol J. Holahan, Stephen L. Bartlett, Scott Bloomberg||eBook|
|Coverage and Reimbursement for Molecular Diagnostics: Current Issues and Options||October 24, 2008||White Paper|
|CSR and Human Rights: Best Practices and Important Trends||May 4, 2012||Corporate Social Responsibility|
|Corporate Social Responsibility Datasheet for the Extractive Sector||December 13, 2007||Gare A. Smith||Brochure|
|Corporate Social Responsibility and the Extractive Sector||January 1, 2012||Gare A. Smith||Datasheet|
|Commercializing Stem Cell-Based Therapies||September 9, 2009||Jeffrey L. Quillen||eBook|
|Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts: Civility Chapter||January 10, 2012||Michael B. Keating||eBook|
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.