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 Massachusetts legislature has moved one step closer to reforming noncompete agreements.
When closely examined, two recent cases illustrate just how detailed and granular the Commission can be when evaluating and prosecuting conflicts non-disclosure issues.
Does the high level of encryption now available on iPhones--so impenetrable that not even the FBI can gain access--also protect data during civil proceedings?
Venue selection clauses allow parties to agree in advance where their disputes will be heard.
The story of one shareholder dispute featuring cash, prizes, and comic book advertising.
It can be tricky to find the right solution for parties who are involved in a shareholder dispute. Litigation isn't always the answer.
Two recent cases in Massachusetts provide valuable instruction to Massachusetts companies about best practices for handling trade secrets.
In today’s Boston Globe, its editors endorse a plan to offer tax incentives to video game companies.
Video Games and the High Court: Summary of EMA’s Arguments in Supreme Court Case Schwarzenegger v. EMA
On November 2, 2010, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the matter of Schwarzenegger v. EMA.
States across the country are enacting legislation to provide tax incentives to video game developers. Beck Reed Riden LLP summarizes these incentives in an updated version of its 50-state survey.
Buried deep within the recently-enacted “Act Relative to Economic Development Reorganization” is language placing new burdens on Massachusetts employers.
The Massachusetts SJC clarified that job-restoration rights under the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act do not extend beyond 8 weeks.