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By Kelly Margeson   February 9, 2016

HRW’s Max Perlman authored a chapter in MCLE’s new book, Business Torts in Massachusetts.

Max’s chapter covers the complexities of the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and Stored Communications Act, including the use of these statutes in trade secret and restrictive covenant litigation. As with most things at HRW, this was a team effort; Charlotte Petilla’s research and writing skills were instrumental to getting the chapter done.

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