|New Health Information Privacy and Security Provisions in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009||February 25, 2009||Colin J. Zick|
|SEC v. Tambone: The First Circuit Broadly Interprets Primary Liability Under the Federal Securities Laws – and Adds to an Existing Circuit Split||February 24, 2009||Anthony D. Mirenda||Business Crimes Perspectives|
|Employee May Sue Employer Over Truthful But Arguably Malicious E-Mail to Co-Workers||February 24, 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|
|The New Stimulus Package Creates Premium Subsidy for COBRA Continuation Coverage||February 22, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Hedge Fund Transparency Act of 2009||February 13, 2009||Jeffrey D. Collins, Meredith A. Haviland||The Foley Adviser|
|Massachusetts Gives Businesses Until January 1, 2010 to Adopt Information Security Programs To Comply With Recent Identity Theft Regulations||February 13, 2009||Colin J. Zick||Privacy and Data Security Alert|
|Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Interprets The Whistleblower Provision of Sarbanes-Oxley||February 13, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|First Circuit Affirms Large Jury Award to Employee Denied Accommodation for His Disability||February 3, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Concludes that Restricted Stock Under Employee Stock Purchase Plan is Not Covered by the Payment of Wages Statute||February 3, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
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