Corruption Crime & Compliance - Episode 219: DOJ Brings Criminal Case Against 6 Defendants in Aerospace Industry

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In a significant development, the Antitrust Division returned an indictment against six executives from aerospace engineering firms for an illegal conspiracy to restrict competition in the labor market for aerospace engineers. After warning U.S. businesses, DOJ started bringing criminal cases against businesses that limit competition for labor through illegal price-fixing or no-poach agreements. The Connecticut criminal case represents a significant step in the Justice Department's focus on illegal agreements in labor See more +
In a significant development, the Antitrust Division returned an indictment against six executives from aerospace engineering firms for an illegal conspiracy to restrict competition in the labor market for aerospace engineers. After warning U.S. businesses, DOJ started bringing criminal cases against businesses that limit competition for labor through illegal price-fixing or no-poach agreements. The Connecticut criminal case represents a significant step in the Justice Department's focus on illegal agreements in labor markets.

Listen to Michael Volkov as he reviews the criminal case and the specific allegations in today's Corruption Crime & Compliance podcast. See less -

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