TEC@FOLEYHOAG presents Managing Director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship & Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, Bill Aulet for a book signing and discussion on launching successful startups. More »
Foley Hoag LLP congratulates its client BCC Solar Energy Advantage, Inc. ("BCC SEA") on its successful closing of $7.5 million financing of nine solar projects in Massachusetts totaling 1.5 MW. The projects will be installed in the City of Gardner, the City of Cambridge, the City of New Bedford, and the Roxbury, South Boston and Jamaica Plain sections of Boston. More »
In this TEC@FOLEYHOAG video, serial entrepreneur, author, modern PR pioneer and angel investor Peter Shankman spoke on exploring the new hallmarks of effective leadership. These include loyalty, optimism, humility and a reverence for customer service. More »
Local columnist and blogger Scott Kirsner from The Boston Globe kicked off the inaugural event for the launch of of Foley Hoag’s Technology & Entrepreneurship Collaborative (TEC@FoleyHoag) with this discussion on “Boston's Innovation Ecosystem, Circa 2013: What's Happening and What You Can Do.” More »
Fox news recently reported on a dispute between Gulfport, Mississippi resident Kelly Taylor and her local Walgreens pharmacy. Ms. Taylor, using Walgreens’ online photo service, attempted to print out a few pages of the Bible to hand out to members of her church.
On February 26, 2014, the Northern District of California issued its opinion in Dhillon v. Does 1-10. Judge Susan Illston held that the use of a political campaign photograph by one’s political enemies is fair use.
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