Carter DeLorme, Katherine Rigby, and Erik Weibust, Members of the Firm, co-present “Noncompete and No-Poach Agreements in Healthcare: Navigating the FTC’s Proposed Noncompete Rule, the NLRB’s General Counsel Memo on Noncompetes, Rapidly Changing State Laws, the DOJ’s Criminal No-Poach Prosecutions, and Private Litigation,” a webinar hosted by Strafford.
This CLE course will guide health care counsel on noncompete agreements and other restrictive covenants in health care. The panel will discuss the FTC’s proposed rule, the NLRB’s General Counsel memo, and evolving state laws for the use of noncompete and no-poach agreements in the health care industry. The panel will also examine the DOJ’s ongoing no-poach prosecutions and the potential for private litigation. The panel will also offer best practices for navigating noncompete and no-poach agreements in health care.
- Restrictive covenants in health care
- The FTC’s proposed rule
- The NLRB’s General Counsel memo
- State laws, including Minnesota and New York
- Criminal no-poach prosecutions
- Private litigation
- Best practices for noncompete and no-poach agreements in health care
The panel will review these and other issues:
- What do the FTC’s proposed rule and the NLRB’s General Counsel memo mean for the health care industry and the use of noncompete agreements, and how does the Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA affect these administrative agencies’ ability to take action?
- How are state laws changing generally and as they apply in the health care industry?
- What is the status of the DOJ’s ongoing criminal no-poach prosecutions?
- How can the health care industry properly implement restrictive covenants while complying with rapidly changing state and federal laws and administrative guidance?
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