|Changes on the Horizon? IRS Announces New Plans to Recharacterize Management Fee Waiver Arrangements||July 31, 2015||Nicola Lemay, Earl W. Mellott, Christopher R. K. Cawley, Abigail Wolf||Taxation Alert|
|Product Liability Update||July 29, 2015||David R. Geiger, Creighton K. Page||Product Liability Update|
|A Fractured Federal Circuit Panel Interprets The Biosimilars Patent Resolution Procedures||July 24, 2015||Donald R. Ware, Barbara A. Fiacco||Intellectual Property Alert|
|Opportunity, Uncertainty for Entities Wishing to Do Business with Iran||July 17, 2015||Gwendolyn Wilber Jaramillo, Shrutih V. Tewarie||Trade Sanctions and Export Controls Alert|
|U.S. Department of Labor Issues Administrator’s Interpretation on Independent Contractors||July 16, 2015||Jonathan A. Keselenko||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Foley Hoag Climate Update: July 2015||July 9, 2015||Carine Le Roy-Gleizes, Matthieu Wemaere||White Paper|
|Department of Labor Proposes New Regulations Regarding “White Collar” Exemptions Under the Fair Labor Standards Act||July 1, 2015||Jonathan A. Keselenko, Matthew C. Steinberg||Labor and Employment Alert|
|SEC Division of Investment Management Issues Guidance on Personal Trade Reporting of Accounts Over Which Reporting Persons Have No Influence or Control||June 30, 2015||Robert G. Sawyer, Jeffrey D. Collins, Lauren Tran||The Foley Adviser|
|How Not to Get Snared in Brulotte’s Web||June 29, 2015||Donald R. Ware, Marco J. Quina||Intellectual Property Alert|
|Office of the Attorney General Issues Final Regulations on the Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law||June 23, 2015||Robert A. Fisher||Labor and Employment Alert|
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