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California Weighs Formal Penalties for Attempts to Enforce Restrictive Covenants | Seyfarth Shaw

The California legislature is considering new legislation that proposes, among other things, penalties for an employer’s use of restrictive covenants as well as for attorneys who assist with their enforcement.

Assembly Bill 747 was introduced in February 2023 and, if

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Computers on Wheels: One OEM Settles Claims While Another Scores a Win in Cases Involving Allegedly Botched OTA Updates | Seyfarth Shaw

A recent motion for preliminary approval of a class action settlement filed in federal court in Georgia will bring to a close claims asserted on behalf of a class of Porsche owners for a purportedly botched over-the-air (“OTA”) software update

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FTC Extends Public Comment Deadline on Proposed Rule Banning Employment Non-Competes Until April 19th | Seyfarth Shaw

The FTC announced yesterday that it was extending the deadline to submit public comments on its proposed rule banning non-competitive employment.

With the extension, the FTC will now accept comments on the proposed rule until April 19. Originally, the deadline

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