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Ninth Circuit calls into question “no reemployment” provisions in California settlement agreements

USA - April 15 2015 On April 8, 2015, in Golden v. California Emergency Physicians Medical Group, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals broadly interpreted California's...

Dennis M. Mulgrew, Jr., Philippe A. Lebel.


Significant Illinois and Massachusetts non-compete rulings

USA - August 20 2013 Two recent cases should give employers pause as to whether their restrictive covenants with their at-will employees are enforceable. On May 28, 2013...

Alan S. King.


Litigation attacks on church plans: what sponsoring employers need to know

USA - April 17 2013 About two weeks ago, two class action firms with ERISA class action experience filed lawsuits against three tax-exempt health care systems in...

Joshua J. Waldbeser, Joseph C. Faucher, David R. Levin, Michael A. Vanic, David L. Wolfe.


FTC approves settlement of noncompetition case against renown health voiding ten physicians’ noncompetition agreements

USA - December 21 2012 On November 30, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission voted 5-0 to approve the settlement of a complaint it filed against Renown Health on August 3, 2012....


Seventh Circuit joins ranks of courts holding that internal grievances about employer fiduciary duty breaches is actionable under ERISA Section 510

USA - October 1 2012 In Victor George v. Junior Achievement of Central Indiana Inc., decided September 24, 2012, the Seventh Circuit joined the Fifth and Ninth Circuits in holding that Section 510 of ERISA applies to unsolicited, informal grievances to employers....