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Nicole Corvini Daly litigates trade secrets, restrictive covenants, and employment matters.

Nicole is a partner at Beck Reed Riden LLP. Her practice focuses on litigating and advising on the use and enforceability of noncompete, nonsolicitation, and nondisclosure agreements. She handles trade secret and restrictive covenant matters around the country, including cases involving mass defections of employees, and has successfully litigated cases on behalf of both employers and employees to either enforce or overcome restrictive covenants.

In addition to her restrictive-covenants practice, Nicole focuses on the defense of employment-related claims, including discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination, wage and hour, and similar claims. Nicole also routinely assists executives with job changes, including the negotiation of severance packages.

Nicole is a member of the Boston Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Steering Committee. She also co-teaches the course Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenants at Boston University School of Law with her partner, Russell Beck.


Nicole has carved out a niche as an expert in employment law and litigation, and she has received national recognition for her work in this area.

  • Nicole was named to the 2024 Best Lawyers in America in the categories of (1) Employment Law – Management, and (2) Litigation – Labor and Employment.
  • The Legal 500 honored Nicole as a Next Generation Partner — the only attorney in the United States from a small firm to receive this accolade in the category of Trade Secrets Litigation and Non-Contentious Matters.
  • She was selected as a top rated Business Litigation attorney in the 2023 edition of Super Lawyers.


Nicole is dedicated to staying at the forefront of legal developments in her areas of expertise, and this is evident through her insightful seminars. In recent presentations, Nicole has addressed cutting-edge legal issues pertaining to employment law. In the following recent presentations, she has shared her valuable insight with fellow legal practitioners, HR professionals, business leaders, and individuals seeking guidance in navigating the complex world of employment contracts:

J.D., Northeastern University School of Law (2007)

B.A., Boston College (2004)

Massachusetts Bar

U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Second Circuit Court of Appeals

Boston Bar Association