6/6/2024Multi Media

FTC Bans Non-Compete Agreements

In late April, The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) banned non-compete agreements between employers and employees meant to protect proprietary information and company secrets from competitors, impacting 30 million Americans if the ban survives several court challenges.

What should employers do now? What rights do they have? What does it mean for existing non-compete agreements? How can businesses protect their proprietary information?

Dickie McCamey Employment and Labor Law attorneys Kristin L. Wedell and Shaka S.J. Sadler discuss the impact of this FTC ruling.