|Doing Business in Massachusetts: A Guide to U.S. and Massachusetts Law for Non-U.S. Businesses||January 28, 2016||eBook|
|Foley Hoag Climate Update: November 2015||November 10, 2015||Carine Le Roy-Gleizes, Matthieu Wemaere||White Paper|
|Patenting: A Guidebook For Patenting in a Post-America Invents Act World||October 08, 2015||eBook|
|Foley Hoag Climate Update: September 2015||October 07, 2015||Carine Le Roy-Gleizes, Matthieu Wemaere||White Paper|
|Foley Hoag Climate Update: July 2015||July 09, 2015||Carine Le Roy-Gleizes, Matthieu Wemaere||White Paper|
|Foley Hoag Climate Update: June 2015||June 08, 2015||Carine Le Roy-Gleizes, Matthieu Wemaere||White Paper|
|Foley Hoag Climate Negotiations Tracker Document: May 2015||May 12, 2015||Carine Le Roy-Gleizes, Matthieu Wemaere||White Paper|
|Employing Workers in Massachusetts: A Guide for Emerging Companies||April 06, 2015||Robert A. Fisher, Michael L. Rosen||eBook|
|Liability for Commercial Speech: A Guide to False Advertising, Commercial Disparagement, and Related Claims||March 23, 2015||Julia Huston||eBook|
|Patent Troll Watch - States Are Pushing Patent Trolls Away from the Legal Line||February 27, 2015||Philip C. Swain||eBook|
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