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What's Next for Non-Competes? 2021

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Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Non-competes on the chopping block?

On July 9, 2021, President Biden signed an Executive Order, “Promoting Competition in the American Economy.” As one of 72 initiatives in the Order, the President urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to use its statutory rulemaking authority to "curtail the unfair use of non-compete clauses and other clauses or agreements that may unfairly limit worker mobility.”1

With tens of millions of workers in the private sector required to sign non-compete agreements, federal regulatory changes could have huge implications.2 At What's Next for Non-Competes?, labor and employment law attorney Geoff Trotier will take you through Executive Order 14036 and review:

  • The basics of non-competes, including enforceability
  • The FTC’s position on non-competes
  • Strategies for preparing for future FTC regulations on non-competes
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Tuesday, September 28, 202112:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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Non-competes on the chopping block?

On July 9, 2021, President Biden signed an Executive Order, “Promoting Competition in the American Economy.” As one of 72 initiatives in the Order, the President urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to use its statutory rulemaking authority to "curtail the unfair use of non-compete clauses and other clauses or agreements that may unfairly limit worker mobility.”1

With tens of millions of workers in the private sector required to sign non-compete agreements, federal regulatory changes could have huge implications.2 At What's Next for Non-Competes?, labor and employment law attorney Geoff Trotier will take you through Executive Order 14036 and review:

  • The basics of non-competes, including enforceability
  • The FTC’s position on non-competes
  • Strategies for preparing for future FTC regulations on non-competes
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Non-competes on the chopping block?

On July 9, 2021, President Biden signed an Executive Order, “Promoting Competition in the American Economy.” As one of 72 initiatives in the Order, the President urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to use its statutory rulemaking authority to "curtail the unfair use of non-compete clauses and other clauses or agreements that may unfairly limit worker mobility.”1

With tens of millions of workers in the private sector required to sign non-compete agreements, federal regulatory changes could have huge implications.2 At What's Next for Non-Competes?, labor and employment law attorney Geoff Trotier will take you through Executive Order 14036 and review:

  • The basics of non-competes, including enforceability
  • The FTC’s position on non-competes
  • Strategies for preparing for future FTC regulations on non-competes
Read More ↓

Geoff Trotier is a Shareholder in von Briesen & Roper’s Labor and Employment Law Section in Milwaukee. Geoff works closely with human resources professionals and business owners to devise and implement litigation avoidance strategies. He frequently represents employers in matters involving discrimination, non-compete agreement enforcement, trade secrets, FMLA disputes, wrongful termination, OSHA, whistleblower claims, and wage and hour suits. With his track record of success in front of government agencies and in court, Geoff’s strategies have saved significant money for both private and public sector employers.

He is a member of the American Bar Association (Labor & Employment Section), the State Bar of Wisconsin (Labor & Employment Section), and the Milwaukee Bar Association.

  • Review the basics of non-compete agreements
  • Know what the Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy says regarding the regulation of non-competes
  • Understand how limitations or an outright ban on restrictive covenants will affect employers
  • Prepare clients for changes on the horizon
  • Be able to adjust your strategies as new developments emerge
  • Labor & employment lawyers
  • Health law attorneys
  • Business lawyers
  • Corporate counsel
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