|Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Issues New Form BE-180 for U.S. Financial Services Providers Including Investment Advisers||September 29, 2015||Catherine M. Anderson, Jennifer M. Macarchuk||The Foley Adviser|
|The SEC Charges Investment Adviser with Violating Regulation S-P by Failing to Adopt Cybersecurity Policies and Procedures||September 25, 2015||Daniel Marx, Catherine M. Anderson||The Foley Adviser|
|FATCA: IRS Extends Transitional Rules||September 21, 2015||Christopher R. K. Cawley||The Foley Adviser|
|OCIE’s 2015 Cybersecurity Examination Initiative||September 18, 2015||Catherine M. Anderson, Lauren Tran||The Foley Adviser|
|FinCEN Proposed AML Rule For Investment Advisers||September 11, 2015||Jeffrey D. Collins, Robert G. Sawyer, Jennifer M. Macarchuk||The Foley Adviser|
|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|
|D.C. Circuit Court Re-Affirms Decision that Portions of SEC’s Conflict Minerals Rules are Unconstitutional||August 31, 2015||Paul Bork, Dean F. Hanley, Anderson Chang||Securities Alert|
|National Labor Relations Board Issues Controversial Decision Regarding Who is A Joint Employer||August 28, 2015||Robert A. Fisher||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Form BE-10 August 31, 2015 Deadline Approaching||August 25, 2015||Catherine M. Anderson, Jeffrey D. Collins, Michael N. Glanz||The Foley Adviser|
|Federal Circuit’s En Banc Suprema Ruling Confirms the ITC’s Authority to Exclude Imported Goods Used to Directly Infringe in the United States||August 18, 2015||Claire Laporte, Jeremy A. Younkin||Intellectual Property Alert|
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