The Department of Justice Antitrust Division ("DOJ") has indicted a Texas businessman for conspiring with competitors to fix employee wages in violation of the Sherman Act. This action challenges particularly blatant conduct, but is consistent with recent attention to antitrust in employment contexts. Defendant Neeraj Jindal is the former owner of a Texas-based therapist staffing company. The indictment charges that Jindal conspired with
The US DoJ brings criminal charges for wage-fixing on therapist staffing companies (Neeraj Jindal)
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