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By Michael Rosen, Christopher Feudo, Erin Olesen
On May 1, 2019, the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave announced that it is extending two deadlines for compliance with the new Paid Family and Medical Leave Act.
By Giselle Joffre, Michael Licker
The Department of Justice Civil Division this week issued a long-awaited policy regarding the circumstances under which companies and individuals can receive cooperation credit in False Claims Act investigations.
By Scott Bloomberg
Last month, the House Financial Services Committee advanced a federal marijuana banking bill to the full House on a bi-partisan 45 to 15 vote.
By Ryan M. Rourke Reed
Yesterday, the SEC announced that it is proposing amendments to the "accelerated filer" and "large accelerated filer" definitions to "reduce costs without harming investors for certain smaller public companies...
By Christopher Escobedo Hart, Colin Zick, Nicholas Theodorou
Imagine this scenario: you've had a productive and mutually advantageous ongoing contractual relationship of several years with another party.
By Yoni Bard
We have been writing about white-collar enforcement trends discussed at the Boston Bar Association's recent White Collar Crime Conference (see here and here). Today we look
By Michael Hoven
Opioids, off-label marketing, and the home health industry will remain priorities for federal and state attorneys enforcing health care laws
By David Geiger, Richard Baldwin, Peter Ellis
Foley Hoag LLP publishes this quarterly Update primarily concerning developments in product liability and related law from federal and state courts.
By Seth Jaffe
After receiving an analysis showing that shutting the Jim Bridger and Naughton coal-fired electric generating plants in Wyoming would save ratepayers money...
By Yoni Bard, John Marston
Federal and state prosecutors recently convened at the Boston Bar Association's White Collar Crime Conference to discuss, among other topics, health care enforcement priorities.
By Ryan M. Rourke Reed
Just hours after our recent blog post regarding the need to use the traditional process for CTR extensions, the SEC announced the adoption of a new streamlined process for CTR extensions.
By Seth Jaffe
On Friday, MassDEP proposed a number of revisions to the Massachusetts Contingency Plan, including reporting and cleanup standards for PFAS. The proposed GW-1 standard
By August T. Horvath
The Food and Drug Law Institute's 2019 Food Advertising, Labeling, and Litigation Conference for the Food and Dietary Supplement Industries will take place September 26 and 27 in Washington DC.
By Gwendolyn Wilber Jaramillo, Shrutih Tewarie, Nicholas Anastasi
Recent actions taken by the Department of Justice ("DOJ") and the Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") have highlighted the importance of due diligence in the
By Seth Jaffe
On Monday, EPA issued an Interpretive Statement concluding that point source discharges to groundwater are never subject to NPDES permitting requirements.
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