Margaret A. Ward

Jones Day

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DOJ Continues Labor Market Scrutiny with Another Corporate Indictment

USA - February 20 2021 Indictment is DOJ's second recently filed in the North District of Texas. The Department of Justice ("DOJ") has brought a criminal indictment against…

Elizabeth B. McRee, David C. Kiernan, J. Bruce McDonald, Craig A. Waldman, Thomas D. York

DOJ Brings First Criminal Charges for Wage Fixing

USA - December 17 2020 This long-anticipated criminal wage-fixing case reinforces DOJ's continued focus on labor markets. The Department of Justice Antitrust Division…

David C. Kiernan, J. Bruce McDonald, Julia E. McEvoy, Craig A. Waldman

Antitrust Alert: DOJ Challenges "Anticompetitive" Trade Association Rules for College Admission

USA - January 17 2020 If a trade association rule restricts competition, it must be reasonably necessary and tailored to achieve the procompetitive goals of the…

Molly M. Wilkens

Authorities Increasing Scrutiny of Employee Noncompete Agreements

USA - June 22 2016 U.S. authorities are increasingly scrutinizing noncompete provisions made part of employment agreements, with close focus on provisions restricting…

U.S. FTC challenges professional associations' codes of ethics and bylaws

USA - January 5 2015 The U.S. Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") has settled two, unrelated cases alleging that the ethical codes of professional associations violated the…

Ashley M. Howlett, J. Bruce McDonald