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10,000 Lakes and .  .  .  No Noncompetitive?  Minnesota Passes Law Banning Non-Competes Effective July 1, 2023

10,000 Lakes and . . . No Noncompetitive? Minnesota Passes Law Banning Non-Competes Effective July 1, 2023

As expected, on May 24, 2023, Governor Tim Walz signed a new law banning noncompete agreement in Minnesota. The ban will be effective for such agreements entered on or after July 1, 2023.

By enacting the Omnibus Jobs, Economic Development, …

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The NLRB Finds Unlawful Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Severance Agreements: Non-Disparagement, Non-Disclosure, Non-Allowed

The NLRB Finds Unlawful Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Severance Agreements: Non-Disparagement, Non-Disclosure, Non-Allowed

On February 21, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) continued its aggressive application of the National Labor Relations Act (“Act” or “NLRA”) to workplaces without union representation and lessened the value of severance agreements for all employers …

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FTC Enforcement Actions Stake Out Aggressive New Position on Post-Employment Non-Compete Agreements

FTC Enforcement Actions Stake Out Aggressive New Position on Post-Employment Non-Compete Agreements

“Practices that three unelected bureaucrats find distasteful will be labeled with nefarious adjectives and summarily condemned, with little to no evidence of harm to competition. I fear the consequences for our economy, and for the FTC as an institution”

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Comments to the FTC’s Proposed Noncompete Ban Due March 20, 2023 – and the Comment Period May Be Extended Another 60 Days

Comments to the FTC’s Proposed Noncompete Ban Due March 20, 2023 – and the Comment Period May Be Extended Another 60 Days

As previously reported, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposed a rule on January 5, 2023, that would ban non-competes nationwide. There are serious questions about the FTC’s authority to promulgate such a rule and many practical reasons why such a …

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