High-Tech Labor to Sandwich Artists: The Law and Economics of Employee Solicitation and Hiring
2 PM EDT
In 2010, the US DOJ filed a complaint and consent decree regarding its investigation of alleged anti-solicitation agreements among leading high-technology companies. That investigation attracted attention to the application of antitrust law and economics to labor markets. It also highlighted potential antitrust risks to employers when reaching agreements with labor market competitors that may reduce competition for employees. These issues are fascinating and complex, touching on antitrust, tort, and employment law, and challenge traditional economic analysis of antitrust issues.
Dean M. Harvey - Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein LLP
Melissa H. Maxman of Cozen O’Conner.
Derek Moore - Federal Trade Commission
Bradford K. Newman - Paul Hastings
Eric D. Reicin - MorganFranklin Consulting, LLC
Ryan Struve - U.S. Dept. of Justice Antitrust Division
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