Monthly Archives: March 2016

Senate to Vote on Federal Trade Secret Bill on April 4, 2016

As I previously reported in this blog, the U.S. Senate is considering a bill that will create a uniform standard for trade secret misappropriation claims across the United States.  The bill, called the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, was … Continue reading

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Encore Webinar 4/1/16 – Cutting-Edge Developments in Restrictive Covenants and Other Legal Tools for Protecting Competitive Advantages

Did you miss Mark’s March 10, 2016 seminar entitled, “Cutting-Edge Developments in Restrictive Covenants and Other Legal Tools for Protecting Competitive Advantages,” presented as part of Morgan, Brown & Joy’s breakfast seminar series?  Due to demand and to accommodate our … Continue reading

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Mass. House Speaker Pushes for Compromise on Noncompete Reform Legislation

In a somewhat surprising shift from his prior position, Mass. House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo today told the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce that he supports implementing specific limitations on noncompete agreements.  This clear support for a compromise from House … Continue reading

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Mark Quoted in the Boston Business Journal about EMC/Dell Merger

Mark was recently quoted in the Boston Business Journal about the impact of the EMC/Dell acquisition on EMC’s noncompete program.  The article, entitled EMC-Dell deal a wild card in renewed debate over noncompetes can be found here.

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