FTC proposes rule that would ban noncompete clauses in employee contracts
The FTC is proposing a rule to ban the use of non-compete clauses in employment contracts nationwide. These clauses are applied to workers in all fields and play a major role in current employment law.
We’ll discuss what this proposal could mean for the future of employment in the U.S.
- Lauren Weber, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal
- Rachel Arnow-Richman, Gerald A. Rosenthal Chair in Labor & Employment Law Professor of Law at the University of Florida
- Ryan Nunn, assistant vice president for community development and engagement at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
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