Brian Bialas Named Chair-Elect of Massachusetts Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division
May 25, 2012
Brian Bialas, a lawyer in Foley Hoag LLP’s Litigation Department, Labor and Employment Department, and Security and Privacy Practice Group, has been elected Chair-Elect of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Board of Directors.
Bialas will serve in the position for the 2012-2013 Massachusetts Bar Association year and will assume the position of Chair in the fall of 2013. The Young Lawyers Division aims to provide the necessary tools new practitioners need to excel and provides opportunities for civic outreach, pro bono work, and networking with peers.
At Foley Hoag, Bialas regularly litigates disputes between businesses and between employees and businesses involving non-competition, non-disclosure, and non-solicitation agreements, trade secrets, confidential information, breach of fiduciary duty, and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. He also advises businesses and employees on non-competition agreements and security and privacy issues. He is co-author of the Massachusetts Non-Compete Law blog and is a frequent contributor to the Security, Privacy and the Law blog.
In addition to his non-compete and security and privacy work, Bialas has litigated a variety of other business disputes, including cases involving shareholders, professional liability, trademarks, insurance recovery, and various types of contracts.
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