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    • 9 October 2015
    • Foley Named Top Government Affairs Firm in Florida

    • Foley was named the most influential law firm in Florida by Southern Political Report, a quarterly publication focused on the political landscape in the South.
    • 14 September 2015
    • Berman Named to Crain's Chicago 2015 Who's Who

    • Chicago Managing Partner Myles Berman has been named to Crain’s Chicago Business 2015 Who’s Who list for the fourth consecutive year.
    • 04 September 2015
    • Stoll Quoted on Clean Water Act Ruling

    • Partner Richard Stoll was quoted in a Bloomberg BNA Daily Environment Report article, “Water Jurisdiction Rule Blocked in 13 States,” on September 4, 2015.
    • 28 August 2015
    • Childress Receives NHA's "Marc Marotta Award"

    • Public Affairs Director Jason Childress was recognized and awarded the very first “Marc Marotta Award” for his Wisconsin state legislative lobbying efforts on behalf...
    • 25 August 2015
    • Beaver Quoted on FDA Warning

    • Partner Nathan Beaver was quoted in an Inc. article, “Hampton Creek CEO: No Plans to Change Name of ‘Just Mayo’ Despite FDA Warning,” on August 25, 2015.
    • 02 July 2015
    • Foley Obtains EAJA Award of Attorney’s Fees and Costs For WHR Group

    • Partner David Ralston and Senior Counsel Frank Murray represented Foley client WHR Group last year in a successful bid protest before the US Court of Federal Claims against the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and then sought an award of attorneys’ fees and costs under the Equal Access to Justice Act.
    • 10 June 2015
    • Valiente Interviewed on Business Opportunities in Cuba

    • Senior Counsel Lauren Valiente was interviewed in a Bay News 9 segment discussing business opportunities for entrepreneurs in Cuba. Valiente was quoted saying, “Restaurants are one of the approved private businesses. Computer programmers are also on the list of approved private businesses.
    • 20 May 2015
    • Valiente Interviewed on Business Opportunities in Cuba

    • Valiente said that before entering into business with Cuba, business owners must be aware of the law in both countries. She was quoted saying, “The first question is; am I legally allowed to do what I want to do under both U.S. law and Cuban law.”
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