The US DOJ publishes statements clarifying Its analysis of No-Poach Agreements

Since issuing the DOJ/FTC Antitrust Guidance for Human Resource Professionals in 2016, the DOJ Antitrust Division has remained active in enforcing and commenting on agreements among employers not to compete for hiring employees (“no-poach” agreements). DOJ filed several statements of interest in private antitrust suits involving no-poach provisions to provide guidance to the courts on the proper application of the federal antitrust laws to such restraints. Although the statements of interest provided clarity on the analysis of “naked” no-poach agreements, questions remain about the appropriate standard for analyzing no-poach restraints in franchise agreements. Naked No-Poach Agreements Are Per Se Unlawful DOJ recently took the unusual step of filing an unopposed motion to intervene in a

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  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Washington DC)

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James J. Tierney, Elena Kamenir, Elena Kamenir, The US DOJ publishes statements clarifying Its analysis of No-Poach Agreements , 3 July 2019, e-Competitions July 2021, Art. N° 107881

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