Avoiding Antitrust Violations In Employment Recruiting
Leveraging Guidance on Non-Solicitation Agreements from Recent DOJ Consent Decree
Recording of a 75-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to antitrust and employment counsel from the recent investigation and consent decree by the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, stemming from alleged antitrust violations in recruiting. The panel will offer strategies to avoid antitrust issues in employment recruitment.
- U.S. v. Adobe case
- Lessons learned for other recruitment practices
- Strategies to avoid antitrust violations in employee recruiting
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What lessons can be learned from U.S. v. Adobe concerning the use of non-solicitation agreements and other recruitment practices?
- What can companies include in recruitment agreements to improve compliance with antitrust law?
- What strategies can competitors use when considering or entering into agreements concerning employee recruitment?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
David T. Blonder
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
He represents clients in connection with government antitrust investigations of mergers and acquisitions, civil... | Read More
He represents clients in connection with government antitrust investigations of mergers and acquisitions, civil non-merger antitrust investigations involving allegations of potentially anticompetitive business practices, and multijurisdictional merger reviews before non-U.S. competition authorities.Close
Logan M. Breed
He concentrates his practice on antitrust clearance of mergers and acquisitions, antitrust litigation, and non-merger... | Read More
He concentrates his practice on antitrust clearance of mergers and acquisitions, antitrust litigation, and non-merger antitrust investigations. He also counsels clients on a wide variety of issues, including joint ventures and other strategic alliances between competitors; antitrust compliance; pricing, distribution, and distributor and dealer relations; and consumer protection matters.Close
Molly S. Boast
Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Matters
U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division
She previously served as Director of the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, where she oversaw the... | Read More
She previously served as Director of the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, where she oversaw the preparation of several prominent FTC cases, including the first "reverse payment" cases challenging agreements between branded and generic pharmaceutical companies, the mergers of oil industry giants Exxon-Mobil and BP-Arco, and FTC v. Heinz.Close