Stephen Riden Featured in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on Arbitration

A recent issue of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly features extensive discussion with Steve Riden in an article titled “Benefits of business-to-business arbitration on trial.” The article covers a decision by U.S. District Court Judge William G. Young concerning the use of arbitration clauses in commercial transactions. T...
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Beck Reed Riden LLP Attorneys Named to 2019 Best Lawyers in America List

Beck Reed Riden LLP is pleased to announce that three of its lawyers have again been named to the 2019 Edition of Best Lawyers. Russell Beck, Stephen Reed, and Stephen Riden were named to the 2019 Best Lawyers in America list in the following categories: Russell Beck, Commercial Litigation Steve Reed, Commercial...
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Beck Reed Riden LLP Attorneys Named Super Lawyers

Russell Beck, Stephen Reed, Stephen Riden, and Barry Guryan have been recognized as Super Lawyers by the 2018 issue of Massachusetts Super Lawyers Magazine. In addition, Hannah Joseph has been recognized as a Rising Star by the Magazine. In addition, Super Lawyers Magazine has selected Russell Beck and Stephen Riden as...
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Russell Beck Quoted in Associated Press Article on Noncompete Law

Russell Beck was quoted by the Associated Press in a recent article titled “Garden Clause in New Law Requires Pay During Noncompete” that discusses the new Massachusetts noncompete law. The story also ran in the Washington Post, among other outlets. The article describes how the new Massaschusetts noncompete law requi...
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Russell Beck Speaks at CEO Connection Mid-Market Convention

On September 24, 2018, Russell Beck spoke on a panel at the CEO Connection Mid-Market Convention in Philadelphia titled “Cyber-Security and Protecting Your Trade Secrets.” The presentation focused on best practices for protecting trade secrets and mitigating losses in the event of misappropriation or cyberattack....
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Quick Guide to Massachusetts’ New Noncompete Law

September 12, 2018
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On August 10, 2018, Governor Charlie Baker signed into law a bill governing noncompetition agreements. The new law, G.L. c. 149, S. 24L, is officially titled the “Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act.” This guide discusses the new law and provides helpful practice tips for employers. FAQs Does the new la...
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Ars Technica quotes Russell Beck on the New Massachusetts Noncompete Law

Russell Beck was quoted by Ars Technica in a recent article, "REGIONAL ADVANTAGE — Massachusetts gives workers new protections against noncompete clauses," that discusses the new Massachusetts noncompete law. Addressing why Massachusetts rejected California's approach of banning noncompetes, Russell is quoted as follo...
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Russell Beck’s Noncompete Agreement Analysis Featured in The Boston Globe

Russell Beck was quoted by the The Boston Globe in a recent story about the brand new Massachusetts Noncompete Law, which was largely drafted by Attorney Beck. The story is titled “Five ways the state’s revised noncompete rules could affect you." The article was written by Globe correspondent Scott Kirsner. The story...
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Chambers USA Commends Russell Beck

Russell Beck‘s experience with noncompete matters is lauded in the 2018 Chambers USA Guide. According to Chambers: Russell Beck of Beck Reed Riden LLP is lauded as an "excellent lawyer" and noted for his expertise in noncompete agreements. Beck acts for a range of individuals and corporations regularly dealing with...
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Stephen Riden Gives Seminar on Damages

June 5, 2018
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On February 12, 2018, Stephen Riden was a panelist at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education's seminar on damages. The title of the program was "Damages, Interest & Attorney Fees: Key issues for every trial attorney to overcome." MCLE describes the seminar as follows: Money—most civil litigation and many...
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New Guidance for Massachusetts Equal Pay Act Issued

In advance of a rapidly approaching July 1, 2018 effective date, the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office has issued highly anticipated guidance concerning pay equity amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (“MEPA”). The guidance is available here. he guide provides the following overview of MEPA: In 1945...
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Russell Beck in Reuters on Noncompete Litigation

A recent article published by Reuters features Russell Beck in a story titled “IBM lawsuit casts diversity in starkly competitive terms.” The article discusses a lawsuit filed by IBM against its former chief diversity officer. In the lawsuit, IBM alleges that its former employee violated her noncompete agreement by work...
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