Riden quoted in New England In-House on E-discovery

April 17, 2011
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Stephen Riden was quoted in the recent issue of New England In-House in an article about an important electronic discovery decision from the Southern District of New York.  The article was written by Correy E. Stephenson. In the article, which also appears in the recent issue of Lawyers USA, Stephen spoke about a decisi...
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Public Trade Secrets?

Today’s headlines provided an interesting twist on the intersection between trade secret law and sunshine (or “freedom of information”) laws. See UConn Fights to Keep Donor List Secret. Typically, the issue of what confidential information in the hands of government bodies is available to the public arises from the pote...
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BBA’s IP Year in Review

December 14, 2010
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Russell Beck will be covering trade secrets and noncompetes in this year's Boston Bar Association's Intellectual Property  Year in Review. The event will be on January 19, 2011, from 2:00 to 5:30, with a reception to follow. More information is available here. >> Follow-up: Photos from the event can be found here...
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What Are Reasonable Attorneys’ Fees?

December 10, 2010
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Today's story in the Boston Globe provides a glimpse into the kinds of disputes that that can arise when a law firm's client believes its legal fees are too high. The story covers an arbitrator's finding that one of Boston's premier law firms overcharged a client by more than $540,000. The arbitrator reportedly faulted t...
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What Are Reasonable Attorneys’ Fees?

December 10, 2010
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Today's story in the Boston Globe provides a glimpse into the kinds of disputes that that can arise when a law firm's client believes its legal fees are too high. The story covers an arbitrator's finding that one of Boston's premier law firms overcharged a client by more than $540,000. The arbitrator reportedly faulted t...
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Noncompete Updates

December 1, 2010
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Russell Beck, the lead drafter and advisor on the Massachusetts noncompete bill, will be participating in two up-coming discussions: (1) a Q&A on the noncompete bill and (2) a keynote panel on noncompete law more generally. The first will be at the Boston Bar Association on Thursday, December 2, at 12:00. The topic...
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Video Games Law Before Supreme Court

November 2, 2010
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June 27, 2011, update: The Supreme Court rejects California's law banning the sale of violent video games to children. A copy of the Court's decision can be found here. The following is a previously-published summary of the arguments that were made by each side of Schwarzenegger v. EMA: On November 2, 2010, the Supreme...
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Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Video Game Statute

November 2, 2010
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On November 2, 2010, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the matter of Schwarzenegger v. EMA. This case is about a California law that bans the sale of certain violent video games to minors. This is an historic moment for video games – as this is the first time the Supreme Court has considered a statute directed to...
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Video Games and the High Court: Summary of EMA’s Arguments in Supreme Court Case Schwarzenegger v. EMA

November 1, 2010
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On November 2, 2010, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the matter of Schwarzenegger v. EMA. This case is about a California law that bans the sale of certain violent video games to minors. This is an historic moment for video games – as this is the first time the Supreme Court has ruled on a statute directed to th...
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