FTC Proposed Rule On Employee Noncompetes

Los Angeles Daily Journal

Pooja S. Nair, Chair of ECJ’s Food, Beverage and Hospitality Department, recently published an article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal titled, "FTC Proposed Rule On Employee Noncompetes". 

On January 5th the Fedral Trade Commission (FTC) announced a proposed rule to ban noncompete clauses in employment agreements. Employers with existing non-compete clauses at the time the rule goes into effect must rescind the non-compete clause no later than the compliance date, and are required to provide notice to the employee of the rescission.

Click here to read Pooja’s full article (subscription required).

Pooja is a business litigator and problem solver with a focus on the food and beverage sector. She advises food and beverage clients, startups and other businesses on a comprehensive range of issues, including employment, trade secrets, partnership disputes, contract negotiations and intellectual property. 



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