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Massachusetts Governor Supports Noncompete Reform, But Not Abolition

USA - July 26 2016 According to The Boston Globe, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has publicly voiced his support for some restrictions on noncompete agreements…

Co-authors: Katherine Perrelli, Dawn Mertineit.


When Stealing in Baseball Can Land You in Jail: Computer Fraud Sentencing Announced in MLB Case

USA - July 20 2016 Although stealing bases, and even signs, in baseball may be part of the game, stealing another team's trade secrets can land you in federal prison…


One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Massachusetts Senate Reverses Course On Non-Compete Reform

USA - July 12 2016 As we last reported, just a few weeks ago, the Massachusetts House of Representatives unanimously approved a non-compete bill that revised the…

Co-authors: Katherine Perrelli, Dawn Mertineit.


Update: Massachusetts House of Representatives Edits and Unanimously Approves Non-Compete Bill in an Attempt to Make Progress Before End of Legislative Session

USA - June 30 2016 As we previously reported, Massachusetts is making yet another go at non-compete reform, as the Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development…

Co-authors: Katherine Perrelli, Dawn Mertineit.


Umpteenth Time’s the Charm? Massachusetts Has Another Go At Non-Compete Reform

USA - May 20 2016 The Massachusetts legislature is back at it again — as the Boston Globe reports, the Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development has…

Co-authors: Katherine Perrelli, Dawn Mertineit.

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