Heather Krauss is a litigator who represents clients in a wide array of employment and business disputes.

Heather Krauss focuses her practice on all aspects of noncompete, trade secret misappropriation, and employment litigation.

She has represented clients before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, and she has regularly counseled clients on various matters such as noncompete agreements, family and medical leaves of absence, avoidance of employment discrimination and unfair labor practice charges, employee disciplinary matters, wage and hour law compliance, reductions in force, and labor unionization issues.

Prior to joining Beck Reed Riden LLP, Heather was a labor and employment litigation associate at Foley & Lardner LLP. Heather was also a litigation associate at Day, Berry & Howard LLP (now Day Pitney LLP).

Heather stands out as a highly regarded professional, known for her exceptional ability to provide thoughtful and strategic advice to her clients. She was recognized by The Legal 500 as a Recommended Attorney, with one client noting that she “provide[s] extremely user-friendly advice.”

Her expertise extends across a broad spectrum of employment and litigation matters. Clients turn to Heather for her insightful guidance, appreciating her deep knowledge of the law and her capacity to analyze complex issues with a discerning eye. She approaches each case with a meticulous and thoughtful mindset, ensuring that her clients receive tailored and pragmatic advice that aligns with their unique circumstances and goals.

J.D., Boston College Law School (1999)

B.A., Princeton University (1996)

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

Boston Bar Association