Episode 182 -- Antitrust Division Brings First Criminal Prosecutions of No-Poach and Wage-Fixing Conduct

Michael Volkov
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Four years ago, in 2016, the Antitrust Division and FTC issued guidance as to the application of antitrust laws to no-poaching and wage-fixing agreements between employers. The guidance stated, “Going forward, the Justice Departments intends to criminally investigate naked no-poaching or wage-fixing agreements that are unrelated or unnecessary to a larger legitimate collaboration between the employers.”

The Antitrust Division has now put its See more +

Four years ago, in 2016, the Antitrust Division and FTC issued guidance as to the application of antitrust laws to no-poaching and wage-fixing agreements between employers. The guidance stated, “Going forward, the Justice Departments intends to criminally investigate naked no-poaching or wage-fixing agreements that are unrelated or unnecessary to a larger legitimate collaboration between the employers.”

The Antitrust Division has now put its money where its mouth is -- announcing two importance criminal cases for no-poach and wage-fixing agreements.

In this Episode, Michael Volkov discusses these important criminal prosecutions. See less -

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