United States: Providing Perspective on President Biden's Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy (Video Chat)

In brief

In this Quick Chat video, Baker McKenzie's Labor and Employment, Trade Secrets and Antitrust lawyers explore the impact on employers of the severe limitations on post-employment noncompete restrictions outlined in President Biden's Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy and the supporting Fact Sheet


Contents

Speakers: JT Charron, Jeff Martino, Katelyn Sprague and Billie Wenter.

To learn more about this Executive Order which announces 72 initiatives to increase antitrust enforcement, read our recent client alerts: 

Additionally, watch a 5-minute video overview of the key developments included in the Executive Order, presented by Baker McKenzie's Global Antitrust Chair Mark Hamer and North America Antitrust Chair Creighton Macy.

Our Labor and Employment blog, The Employer Report, complements our video series, providing written legal updates on reopening and other hot topics. Past video chats are also linked in the blog sidebar for easy access to topics including remote working from outside of the employment jurisdiction, mandatory vaccinations in the workplace, employee testing and screening, inclusion and diversity, and much more.  


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