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Foley & Lardner LLP continually evolves to meet the changing legal needs of our clients. Our team-based approach, proprietary client service technology, and practice depth enhance client relationships while seeing clients through their most complex legal challenges. The BTI Consulting Group (Wellesley, Massachusetts) recently recognized Foley as one of the top four law firms shaping the U.S. legal market, while CIO magazine has named Foley to its CIO 100 list six times for our client-focused technology. Whether in the United States or around the world, count on Foley for high-caliber business and legal insight.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Automotive; Emerging Technologies; Energy; Entertainment and Media; Food; Golf and Resort; Health Care; Insurance; Life Sciences; Nanotechnology; Sports; Business Law; Corporate; Commercial Transactions and Business Counseling; Corporate Governance Services; Environmental Regulation; Estates and Trusts; Finance and Financial Institutions; Health Care Finance and Restructuring; International Business; Mergers and Acquisitions; Private Equity and Venture Capital; Public Finance Services; Real Estate; Tax and Employee Benefits; Tax and Individual Planning; Transactional and Securities; Transactions; Project and Infrastructure Finance; Asset Securitization; Interference; Financial Products and Variable Insurance; Business Counseling and Technology; Risk Management/Captives; Public Agencies; Brownfields; Land Use and Entitlement; Airport Services; Agency/Distribution; Hedge Funds; Higher Education; Structured Finance; Tenant-in-Common; Directors and Officers; Taxation; Charitable Gifts; Private Foundations; Estate Planning; Water Issues; Wind Energy; Reinsurance Runoff; Surface Transport; Arbitrage Rebate Compliance; Intellectual Property; Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical; Chemical and Pharmaceutical; Consumer and Industrial Products; Electronics; IP Litigation; Trademark, Copyright and Advertising; Stem Cell Technologies; Genomics; Litigation; Antitrust; Appellate; Bankruptcy; Business Reorganizations; Construction; Distribution and Franchise; Energy Regulation; Family Law; General Commercial Litigation; Insurance Dispute Resolution; Labor and Employment; Media Law; Product Liability; Securities Litigation, Enforcement and Regulation; Tax, Valuation and Fiduciary Litigation; White Collar Defense and Corporate Compliance; Mechanical and Electromechanical Technologies; IP Due Diligence; Business Method Patents; Patent Prosecution/Litigation; Trademark and Copyright Enforcement and Litigation; Product Liability; Health Law; Medical Devices; Nutraceuticals; Provider Operations; Academic Medical Centers; Reinsurance/Commutation; Health Care Compliance; Translational Research; FDA; HIPAA; Long Term Care; Medicare; Information Technology and Outsourcing; Outsourcing; Information Technology; Data Security and Privacy; Telecommunications; Software and Multimedia; Government Procurement; Political Law; Public Affairs; Strategic Communications; Lobbying; Investor Relations; Appropriations; Government Relations; State Affairs; Biotech and Biomedical Start-Ups, Clinical Research, Commercial Development, ERISA, False Claims and Compliance Counseling, Financial Markets, Hospital-Physician Joint Ventures, Insolvency, Medicaid, Mixed Use and Retail Development, Physicians and Medical Groups, Reinsurance, Residential, Condominium and Resorts, Senior Living, Syndicated and Securities-Related Transactions.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Copyright and Patent Implications of Supreme Court’s First Sale Doctrine Ruling
Andrew S. Baluch,Andrew Baum,Tara E. Langvardt, March 25, 2013
In a 6-3 decision issued on March 19, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the first sale doctrine, which allows the owner of a “lawfully made” copy of a copyrighted work to freely sell it, also applies to the resale of copies lawfully made abroad. The decision in rtsaeng v. John...
Year Established: 1842
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