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Wage Fixing & Anti-Poaching Defense: Feds Take New, Aggressive Stand on No-Poach/Non-Solicit Agreements

USA - August 11 2021 Federal regulators are taking an increasingly hard line on what are normally ordinary business operations that regulators view as suppressing wages…

David Hamilton, Benita N. Jones, Christopher W. Jones, Sarah Motley Stone

Supreme Court’s Skepticism of NCAA’s Arguments Could Lead to Win for Student-Athletes, Changes in Antitrust Law

USA - April 1 2021 At the tail end of the NCAA tournament, this year’s biggest sports upset may come from an unlikely source—the Supreme Court. In Wednesday’s oral…

New CARES Act Funding Approved, Including Additional $310 Billion for Paycheck Protection Program; Increased Scrutiny Expected

USA - April 24 2020 On Friday, April 24, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (the “Act”), which amends…

Howard King, Pamela V. Rothenberg, Sarah J. Wilk

The Paycheck Protection Program in Action: Questions About Loan Application Risks

USA - April 10 2020 As previously described in this March 30, 2020 client alert, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (the “Act”) amends…

Pamela V. Rothenberg

Antitrust & Competition Law in the Age of a Global Pandemic

Global - March 27 2020 It is said that people “come together” in times of crisis. Yet, businesses should be wary of collaboration with their rivals because antitrust laws…

David Hamilton, Matthew F. Tilley