Tech-Savvy and Talented: Competition in Employment Practices
3 PM EDT
Recent cases involving high-tech employees and animation workers reflect a growing interest in the application of antitrust laws to the employment area. At the same time, newly issued guidance from DOJ and FTC focuses on such practices as "naked" no-poaching agreements or wage-fixing agreements. Why have the media and technology industries been focal points of antitrust concern over hiring and compensation?
Aaron Yeater (Managing Principal, Analysis Group)
•Moshe Buchinsky (Prof. of Economics, UCLA)
•Russ Cohen (Partner, Orrick Herrington Sutcliffe)
•Dean Harvey (Partner, Lieff, Cabraser)
•Bethany Kristovich (Partner, Munger Tolles and Olson)
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