Russell Beck Quoted in The New York Times

Russell Beck was quoted in a New York Times Opinion article about state and federal initiatives to regulate the use of noncompete agreements. The Opinion story is titled “Why Are Fast Food Workers Signing Noncompete Agreements?” The September 29, 2021, article was written by Peter Coy, who writes about economics for New...
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Russell Beck to Speak at PLI Noncompete Agreement Program

On Thursday, October 21, 2021, Russell Beck will be speaking at Practising Law Institute’s program on noncompete agreements. The program, which will be held online, is titled “Evaluating the Pros, Cons, and Necessity of Noncompetes and Other Restrictive Covenants.” The one-hour program starts at 1 p.m. ET on October 21,...
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Russell Beck to Speak About Federal Regulation of Noncompete Agreements

Russell Beck will appear on a panel of experts assembled by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, titled "Noncompetes and the Biden administration: What comes next." The free event will be held on Friday, August 20, 2021, at 10:00 AM ET on Zoom. More information and registration available here. Anyone who is unable to attend...
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Russell Beck Named Boston’s Lawyer of the Year in Litigation – Labor and Employment by Best Lawyers in America®

Russell Beck was named the Best Lawyers® 2022 Litigation - Labor and Employment "Lawyer of the Year" in Boston. This accolade is awarded to individual lawyers with the highest overall peer-feedback for a specific practice area and geographic region. Only one lawyer is recognized as the "Lawyer of the Year" for each sp...
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Beck Reed Riden LLP Attorneys Named to 2022 Best Lawyers in America List

Beck Reed Riden LLP is pleased to announce that four of its lawyers have been named to the 2022 Edition of Best Lawyers, and one of its lawyers was included in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. In addition, Russell Beck was named Lawyer of the Year in the category of Litigation - Labor and Employment. Russell Beck, Stephen R...
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Russell Beck in New Jersey Law Journal on Noncompete Agreement Regulation

Russell Beck was recently featured in an article about President Biden’s Executive Order on noncompete agreements. The article, published in the New Jersey Law Journal and Law.com, is titled "Some Lawyers Doubt Biden's Move to Curb Employment Noncompete Agreements Would Stimulate the Startup Economy." The article disc...
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Russell Beck in Lawyers Weekly on Federal Action on Noncompete Agreements

Russell Beck's article about President Biden’s recent Executive Order on noncompete agreements was recently published by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Russell's article, titled "The ‘Great Resignation,’ departing employees and new federal efforts to restrict noncompetes," discusses President Biden's order encouraging...
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Russell Beck Featured in Law360 on Federal Noncompete Order

Russell Beck's article about President Biden's recent Executive Order on noncompete agreements was published by Law360 under the title, “FTC Should Take Nuanced Approach On Noncompete Regs.” Among other things, Biden's order encourages the FTC to exercise its rulemaking authority “to curtail the unfair use of non-comp...
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Russell Beck Quoted in NPR Coverage of Biden Executive Order

A recent episode of Weekend Edition Saturday on NPR featured Russell Beck in a story titled "What Biden's Latest Executive Order Means For Businesses And Consumers." The story focused on President Biden's recently-issued Executive Order. Among other things, the order encourages the FTC to exercise its rulemaking autho...
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Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Features Hannah Joseph’s Analysis of Supreme Court Case

Hannah Joseph’s article, summarizing the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Van Buren v. United States, was published by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on July 2, 2021. The article, titled “Supreme Court narrows Computer Fraud and Abuse Act,” provides in-depth analysis of the Court’s landmark decision, which narrowed th...
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Bob Shea Featured in Boston.com’s “Job Doc” Column

Bob Shea's advice to departing employees was featured in Boston.com's "Ask the Job Doc" column. In the column, Bob answers a question about whether an employee can quit and then use vacation days as part of the two-week notice period as follows: I consulted Robert Shea, an experienced employment lawyer and partner...
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Russell Beck to Speak at The Sedona Conference on Trade Secrets

On June 22, 2021, Russell Beck will serve as a panelist for The 2021 Sedona Conference on Developing Guidelines for Trade Secret Issues. Russell will be speaking on a panel titled "Leveraging Internal Assets in the Governance and Management of Trade Secrets." The two-day conference for The Sedona Conference "Working Gro...
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The Legal 500 Recommends Beck Reed Riden LLP

Beck Reed Riden LLP has been recognized by The Legal 500 United States 2021, an analysis of law firms based on surveys and client interviews. The firm has been recommended in the category of “Trade secrets (litigation and non-contentious matters).” Only 37 law firms in the United States are named. And Beck Reed Riden LL...
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Russell Beck and Hannah Joseph to Speak at Inaugural Trade Secrets Conference

Russell Beck and Hannah Joseph will be speaking at the first ever Boston Bar Association Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenants Conference. The online conference will take place on June 9, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. ET. Registration information can be found here. The conference was first suggested by Russel...
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