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 busin...
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MA Noncompete Agreement Reform Clears First Major Hurdle

On June 29, 2016, the Massachusetts legislature moved one step closer to reforming noncompete agreements. With 150 votes for the legislation, and no votes against, the Massachusetts House of Representatives passed “An Act relative to the judicial enforcement of noncompetition agreements.” If this noncompete bill becomes...
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Russell Beck on Noncompete Agreements in Lawyers Weekly

The June 27, 2016, issue of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly features Russell Beck in an article titled “Action on non-competes eyed before session's end.” The article covers the 8th annual Boston Bar Association symposium on non-compete agreements and trade secrets. Russell Beck was a speaker on the panel, which featured "d...
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Fortune Cites Beck Reed Riden LLP’s 50-State Noncompete Agreement Survey

The online edition of Fortune magazine features an article that cites to Russell Beck's research and writing about noncompete agreements. The recent article about non-competition covenants is titled “Non-Compete Agreements Are Bad for the Little Guy and Bad for the Larger Economy.” The article is by Fortune’s senior writ...
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Stephen Riden To Moderate BBA Panel

Stephen Riden will moderate a panel at the Boston Bar Association titled “Business Litigation Session: Year In Review.” Stephen is member of the BBA's Business and Commercial Litigation Section. The panel will be co-moderated by Cynthia M. Guizzetti of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP. The event will be held on Thursday,...
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Russell Beck to Speak on Federal Trade Secrets Law

Russell Beck will be giving a seminar titled "The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016: What You Need To Know." The seminar is sponsored by the American Law Institute and will be held on Thursday, June 9, 2016, from 2 to 3 PM EDT. Registration and more information is available here. The American Law Institute describes the u...
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Russell Beck Ranked by Chambers

Russell Beck‘s experience with noncompete and trade secret matters is lauded in the 2016 Chambers USA Guide. According to Chambers: Russell Beck of Beck Reed Riden LLP is highly praised by peers, who commend his "impeccable credentials," in the employment arena, and identify him as an "expert in noncompetition and trade...
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Russell Beck’s Presentations on the Defend Trade Secrets Act

Russell Beck is giving a series of presentations across the country about the Defend Trade Secrets Act. In May 2016, President Obama signed the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (“DTSA”)—a law that is arguably the most significant development in trade secrets law in over 30 years—putting trade secrets on par with other in...
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Hannah T. Joseph Selected for Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program

Hannah T. Joseph has been selected to join the Boston Bar Association's Public Interest Leadership Program class of 2016-2017. Hannah was chosen based on her demonstrated dedication to public service and history of organizing bar action. She now joins 16 of her professional peers, representing a variety of practice areas...
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White House Report on Noncompete Agreements Relies on Beck Reed Riden LLP’s Analysis

  On May 5 2016, the White House issued a report entitled, “Non-Compete Agreements: Analysis of the Usage, Potential Issues, and State Responses,” relying in part on Beck Reed Riden LLP’s research and analysis, including its 50 State Noncompete Survey. As the White House explains, “[t]o address issues that limit c...
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