Hannah Joseph and Kyle Vieira Give Presentation on Electronic Discovery

On January 6, 2020, Hannah T. Joseph and Kyle Vieira gave a presentation at the Boston Bar Association on electronic discovery. The program was titled E-Discovery Basics: Who, What, Where, When, WHY! According to the description of the program, "E-Discovery has become a critical component to any litigation. This prog...
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Steve Riden Elected President of Boston College Law School Alumni Board

On November 1, 2019, Stephen Riden was elected President of the Board of Directors for the Boston College Law School Alumni Association. His one-year term as president began on January 1, 2020. The stated purpose of the BC Law Alumni Association is to "further the ideals and tradition of Boston College Law School thro...
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Russell Beck and Erika Hahn Featured in Law360 on Federal Noncompete Reform

Russell Beck and Erika Hahn's analysis of the misconceptions underlying various efforts to reform, and even ban, noncompete agreements was published by Law360 under the title, “Noncompete Misconceptions May Be Inhibiting Reform.” The full analysis is also available (without subscription) at Fair Competition Law as "Fe...
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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 2019 issue of Massachusetts Super Lawyers Magazine. In addition, Nicole Daly and Hannah Joseph have been recognized as Rising Stars by the Magazine. Super Lawyers Magazine has also selected Russell Beck and Stephen R...
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A Conversation that Every Employer Should Have with Its eDiscovery Vendor

eDiscovery, which encompasses the collection, preservation, analysis, review, and production of electronically-stored information (ESI), is a necessary and often critical component of litigation. Indeed, eDiscovery is not only expected in most cases, but can also determine litigation strategy and outcomes. Given the she...
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Russell Beck and Erika Hahn Analyze Noncompete Law in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Russell Beck and Erika Hahn's article analyzing how the “new” Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act deals with the issue of consideration was published by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly under the title, "The New Noncompete Law: Compromise Happens." The analysis focuses on how the Commonwealth's noncompete reform la...
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Department of Labor’s Final Rule on Overtime Raises Minimum Salary Level to $35,568

On September 24, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a final rule significantly increasing the minimum salary level for the “white collar” exemptions to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).  Absent a legal challenge, the new threshold will be effective on January 1, 2020. Under the final rule, the minimum sala...
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Beck Reed Riden LLP Attorneys Named to 2020 Best Lawyers in America List

Beck Reed Riden LLP is pleased to announce that four of its lawyers have been named to the 2020 Edition of Best Lawyers. Russell Beck, Stephen Reed, Stephen Riden, and Nicole Daly were named to the 2020 Best Lawyers in America list in the following categories: Russell Beck, Commercial Litigation Steve Reed, Comm...
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Concise Guide to Maintaining an Employee’s Personnel Record

The Massachusetts personnel records law, M.G.L. chapter 149, § 52C, is lengthy and quite dense, and it leaves most who read it confused as to what must and should be included in (or excluded from) an employee’s personnel record. It’s impossible to create a one-size-fits-all solution to cover every possible personnel-r...
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