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Noncompetes: FTC & NLRB Regulatory Attempts 2024

Product ID: CA3659R3
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from NLRB Update: Perspectives on New Labor Regulations 2024.

Big news on noncompetes

In the U.S., an estimated 30 million workers have been or are currently subject to noncompete agreements.1 But on April 23, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a final rule banning the use of noncompetes in employment nationwide. According to FTC Chair Lina M. Khan, the ban “will ensure Americans have the freedom to pursue a new job, start a new business, or bring a new idea to market.”2  What impact will the new rule have on the 1 in 5 Americans currently subject to some form of noncompete agreement? And what should employers do to prepare for compliance if the rule goes into effect? 

Familiarize yourself with the FTC’s final rule and evaluate potential next steps for employers and employees at Noncompetes: FTC and NLRB Regulatory Attempts with veteran labor and employment attorney Larry A. Johnson. Read More ↓

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This program is an excerpt from NLRB Update: Perspectives on New Labor Regulations 2024.

Big news on noncompetes

In the U.S., an estimated 30 million workers have been or are currently subject to noncompete agreements.1 But on April 23, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a final rule banning the use of noncompetes in employment nationwide. According to FTC Chair Lina M. Khan, the ban “will ensure Americans have the freedom to pursue a new job, start a new business, or bring a new idea to market.”2  What impact will the new rule have on the 1 in 5 Americans currently subject to some form of noncompete agreement? And what should employers do to prepare for compliance if the rule goes into effect? 

Familiarize yourself with the FTC’s final rule and evaluate potential next steps for employers and employees at Noncompetes: FTC and NLRB Regulatory Attempts with veteran labor and employment attorney Larry A. Johnson. aagOTNdBczOPpqCrTmAF60877

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This program is an excerpt from NLRB Update: Perspectives on New Labor Regulations 2024.

Big news on noncompetes

In the U.S., an estimated 30 million workers have been or are currently subject to noncompete agreements.1 But on April 23, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a final rule banning the use of noncompetes in employment nationwide. According to FTC Chair Lina M. Khan, the ban “will ensure Americans have the freedom to pursue a new job, start a new business, or bring a new idea to market.”2  What impact will the new rule have on the 1 in 5 Americans currently subject to some form of noncompete agreement? And what should employers do to prepare for compliance if the rule goes into effect? 

Familiarize yourself with the FTC’s final rule and evaluate potential next steps for employers and employees at Noncompetes: FTC and NLRB Regulatory Attempts with veteran labor and employment attorney Larry A. Johnson. Read More ↓

Larry A. Johnson is a shareholder with the Milwaukee office of Hawks Quindel, S.C. He received his undergraduate degree from Bradley University in Business Administration and his law degree from Marquette University Law School. Since graduating, he has exclusively represented employees in employment matters and litigation, primarily in advising on and litigating restrictive covenants, along with litigating individual, class, and collective wage and hour disputes. Mr. Johnson is a past chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin and past co-chair of the Labor and Employment Section of the Milwaukee Bar Association. He is also a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Wisconsin Employment Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Seventh Circuit Bar Association, Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association, and Milwaukee Bar Association. When he is not working, Mr. Johnson enjoys time with his three sons (i.e. watching sports) and looking for his lost ball in the tall grass next to the fairway.

  • Prepare employers and employees for potential changes to employment contracts
  • Understand the definition of “noncompete” clauses under the final rule
  • Distinguish restrictions during a worker’s employment from post-employment restrictions 
  • Determine which existing noncompete clauses are left intact and enforceable 
  • Help clients comply with notice requirements to former and current workers 
  • Recognize exceptions to the ban on the use of noncompetes
  • Understand what current Wisconsin law requires for noncompetes and other restrictive covenants 
  • Labor and employment lawyers
  • Health lawyers 
  • Administrative and local government lawyers
  • School lawyers
  • Construction lawyers
  • Business lawyers
  • General practitioners
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