Antitrust Issues in Labor & Employment
Please join us for a practical, nuts-and-bolts discussion of antitrust issues that arise in the context of labor and employment. Benjamin R. Dryden of Foley & Lardner’s Antitrust practice group will lead this fast-paced webinar about how federal competition laws apply in situations ranging from employee hiring to compensation to collective bargaining.
This webinar will begin with a high-level overview of the antitrust laws generally and then will explore specific issues that arise in the labor and employment context. Among other things, this webinar will cover:
The DOJ and FTC’s 2016 Antitrust Guidance for Human Resources Professionals;
How the antitrust laws apply to labor unions;
Special considerations when hiring an officer or director who works for a competitor;
Antitrust reporting requirements for highly compensated employees and directors; and
Making antitrust a part of employee training and compliance policies.
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