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Jul
25
2024
Webinar

Your Morning Briefing: The FTC Non-Compete Ban

Location
Virtual
Date
July 25, 2024
8:30 am-9:00 am

This Session: The FTC Non-Compete Ban

In April of 2024, the FTC issued a final rule concerning non-compete agreements.  Once effective, the rule will impose a comprehensive ban on new non-compete agreements with all workers and a ban on existing non-competes against most workers, with a limited exception for senior executives. The rule is set to go into effect on September 4, 2024, although at least four lawsuits have been filed to halt the FTC’s enforcement of this rule.

Join Amy and Anna as they discuss the status of these lawsuits, the scope of this ban, and what employers should be considering—whether or not the FTC rule goes into effect this September. This session will provide valuable insights into the potential impact on your business and practical steps to stay compliant and prepared.

CLE, HRCI, and SHRM Credit Available

This event is approved for the following:

.5 hour of NY CLE credit in the Areas of Professional Practice. Both newly admitted and experienced attorneys are eligible to earn credit for this program.

.5 hour of Professional Development Credits (PDCs) by SHRM.

.5 hour of Professional Development Credits by HRCI.

About the Series

Welcome to “Your Morning Briefing,” a recurring webinar series presented by Harter Secrest & Emery’s Labor and Employment practice. Kickstart your day with HSE attorneys Amy L. Hemenway and Anna S.M. McCarthy, as they share and discuss the latest employment law updates in focused, 30-minute sessions. Designed to keep you informed and ahead of the curve, each session provides essential insights that will help you navigate the complexities of a workplace with confidence. Grab your morning coffee and log on for a dose of timely employment law updates, ensuring you stay prepared and proactive in your professional endeavors.

About HSE’s Labor and Employment Group

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