Erik W. Weibust, Member of the Firm in the Litigation & Business Disputes and Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practices, in the firm’s Boston office, was featured in the Northeastern University School of Law Magazine, in “Class Notes: 2005.”

Following is an excerpt:

Erik Weibust has joined Epstein Becker Green (EBG) in Boston as a member of the firm’s litigation and business disputes and employment, labor and workforce management practices. Erik joins EBG from Seyfarth Shaw, where he co-chaired the Boston office’s litigation department and national litigation finance task force, among other leadership positions over his 15-plus years at the firm. He currently serves as chair of the American Intellectual Property Law Association Trade Secret Committee, co-chair of the Boston Patent Law Association Trade Secret Committee and as a drafting lead for the Sedona Conference Trade Secret Working Group.

For more information, read our full Announcement, Epstein Becker Green Welcomes Seasoned Trade Secret Litigator Erik Weibust in Boston.

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