|Supreme Court Sets New Standard Governing Employer’s Obligation to Accommodate Pregnant Workers||March 26, 2015||Robert A. Fisher, Christopher Feudo, Lyndsey M. Kruzer||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Liability for Commercial Speech: A Guide to False Advertising, Commercial Disparagement, and Related Claims||March 23, 2015||Julia Huston||eBook|
|Supreme Court Authorizes the DOL to Change its Interpretative Guidance without Public Input||March 10, 2015||Robert A. Fisher, Allison Anderson||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Patent Troll Watch - States Are Pushing Patent Trolls Away from the Legal Line||February 27, 2015||Philip C. Swain||eBook|
|Divided Federal Circuit Panel Upholds Patent Office’s “Broadest Reasonable Interpretation” Standard for Construing Claims in Post-Grant Review||February 23, 2015||Barbara A. Fiacco, Donald R. Ware, Sarah S. Burg||Intellectual Property Alert|
|Update on President Obama’s Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection||February 19, 2015||Colin J. Zick, Jeremy W. Meisinger, Christopher Cifrino||Privacy and Data Security Alert|
|Venture Perspectives: Second Quarter 2014||February 18, 2015||Matthew S. Eckert, Jonathan S. Romiti, Sara Mattern||Venture Perspectives|
|SEC Proposes Rules for Hedging Disclosure||February 17, 2015||Dean F. Hanley, Paul Bork, Kathryn Manza||Securities Alert|
|SEC Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations Releases Cybersecurity Examination Sweep Summary of Investment Advisers and Broker-Dealers||February 5, 2015||Catherine M. Anderson, Kate Leonard||The Foley Adviser|
|CFTC 4.13(a)(3) Annual Affirmations Due March 2||February 3, 2015||Jeffrey D. Collins, Diana W. Lo||The Foley Adviser|
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