14-16 March 2018 / Washington, D.C. ACCC Annual Meeting and Cancer Center Business Summit
Foley is proud to be a key content sponsor of the ACCC Annual Meeting and Cancer Center Business Summit, March 14-16, 2018.
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20 March 2018 / Webinar Confidentiality, Privilege, and other Ethics Issues after the Merger: What to Do When You're in Post-Acquisition Dispute Litigation
Mergers, acquisitions, and asset sales raise a number of ethical issues, including who controls the confidentiality and privilege after the deal closes.
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22 March 2018 / Milwaukee, WI You’ve Been Breached: An Interactive Incident Response Simulation
Foley Partner Jennifer Rathburn, member of the firm’s Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Practice, will present at the Midwest Cyber Security Alliance meeting held in the Foley Milwaukee office on March 22, 2018. Foley is pleased to have Sikich LLP join us as co-sponsor of the event.
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06 March 2018 Cade Named Fellow of Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
Foley & Lardner LLP has chosen Partner Steven Cade to be a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s 2018 class of Fellows, where he will participate in a landmark program to identify, train and advance the next generation of leaders in the legal profession.
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02 March 2018 Rodrigues to Speak at SXSW
Senior Counsel Ruben Rodrigues will be speaking at SXSW in Austin, Texas, on March 12.
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27 February 2018 Tabb Treatise Cited in SCOTUS Decision on Bankruptcy Code’s ‘Safe Harbor’ Provision
Of Counsel Charles Tabb’s treatise, The Law of Bankruptcy, was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in a decision Tuesday holding that the only relevant transfer for purposes of the securities “safe harbor” provision in the bankruptcy code is the transfer that the trustee seeks to avoid, rather than the component parts of the transfer.
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Changes to Ryan Haight Act
Congress Proposes Change to Ryan Haight Act to Allow Telemedicine Prescribing of Controlled Substances

The efforts of telemedicine advocates to change federal law and allow greater prescribing of controlled substances are no longer falling on deaf ears. Congress just released a pair of draft discussion bills to amend the federal Ryan Haight Act.

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