|Massachusetts DOER Releases Draft SREC II Regulations||January 10, 2014||Mark A. Barnett, Zachary Gerson, Adam Wade||Energy and Cleantech Alert|
|IRS Issues Favorable PLR Allowing an Individual Panel Owner in an Offsite, Net-Metered Community-Shared Solar Project to Claim the Section 25D Tax Credit||September 1, 2015||Nicola Lemay, Adam Wade||Energy and Cleantech Alert|
|Eversource Proposes Rate Increases and $400 Million in Grid Modernization Investments||January 26, 2017||Tad Heuer, Zachary Gerson||Energy and Cleantech Alert|
|What the Energy Sector Needs to Know about the CARES Act||April 1, 2020||Kevin C. Conroy, Tad Heuer, Carol J. Holahan||Energy and Cleantech Alert|
|Private Company Employees Who Blow the Whistle on Public Company Fraud Are Protected from Retaliation||March 6, 2014||Allison Anderson||Employment and Securities Litigation Alert|
|The U.S. Department of Justice and Department of Education Release New Information About Using Race in Higher Education||September 30, 2013||Education Alert|
|Supreme Court Ruling Exposes Continuing Division on Use of Race in Higher Education Admissions||April 22, 2014||Dean Richlin||Education Alert|
|Guidance About Title IX: White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault Releases its First Report||April 30, 2014||Education Alert|
|Fifth Circuit Issues Important Ruling on Affirmative Action in Higher Education||July 18, 2014||Dean Richlin||Education Alert|
|Department of Education Proposes Sweeping Changes to Title IX Regulations||December 4, 2018||Dean Richlin, Rachel Hutchinson||Education Alert|
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