Russell Beck Quoted in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

A recent issue of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly features Russell Beck in an article titled “Company acquisition leads to non-compete confusion.” The article covers a pair of decisions by the Business Litigation Session of the Massachusetts Superior Court concerning the enforcement of a noncompete agreement following the...
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Russell Beck and Hannah Joseph to Speak at BBA’s IP Year in Review

Russell Beck will be covering trade secrets at the Boston Bar Association’s 17th Annual Intellectual Property Year in Review. The event will be held today, January 26, 2017, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., with a reception to follow. More information is available here. Among other things, Russell will be updating the legal co...
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Trade Secrets Laws and the UTSA – A 50 State and Federal Law Survey

Beck Reed Riden LLP is pleased to share its 50 State and Federal Survey of Trade Secrets Laws compared with the Uniform Trade Secrets Act. The chart is a state-by-state comparison of every state’s trade secrets laws (and the Economic Espionage Act, as amended by the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016) to the 1985 versio...
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Beck Reed Riden LLP Attorneys Named Super Lawyers

October 28, 2016
Russell Beck, Stephen Reed, Stephen Riden, and Shannon Lynch have been recognized as Super Lawyers by Massachusetts Super Lawyers Magazine. In addition, Hannah Joseph has been recognized as a Rising Star by the Magazine. In addition, Russell Beck and Stephen Riden were selected as two of the Top 100 Super Lawyers in New...
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Nicole Daly’s Positive Result Featured in Lawyers Weekly

The August, 1, 2016, edition of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly features Nicole Daly and Will Haddad in a story titled “Noncompete rights not dischargeable.” The story is about a recent decision in a matter pending in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, D. Massachusetts, titled In re: Carl S. Hurvitz. In that decision, Beck Reed Ri...
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Russell Beck in The Christian Science Monitor on Noncompete Agreements

A recent article in The Christian Science Monitor features Russell Beck in a story titled “States move to keep noncompete agreements from shackling workers to jobs.” The article discusses efforts by various states to reform noncompete agreements, including legislation pending in the Massachusetts State Legislature that...
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Wall Street Journal Blog Cites Beck Reed Riden LLP’s Research

A recent blog entry from The Wall Street Journal relies in part on Beck Reed Riden LLP’s 50 State Noncompete Survey. The article is titled "Why Noncompete Pacts Are Bad for Workers–and the Economy." The blog entry blends opinions, facts, and arguments to support the position that non-compete agreements are bad for busine...
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