After years of warnings, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently filed its first criminal charges involving “no-poaching” and wage-fixing agreements. These criminal prosecutions, which follow a string of high-profile civil enforcement actions and private litigations, signal that the DOJ’s ongoing focus on agreements that limit competition in labor markets is likely to continue. In this webinar, we’ll discuss recent enforcement activity and related civil litigation and the legal bounds of non-solicitation provisions.
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