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Employer Handbook: FTC takes on non-competition agreements (access required)

Simply put, the FTC’s proposal is a very big deal and, if it takes effect, it will send shockwaves throughout the business world. In this case, the “IF” is critical, and there are many reasons to doubt that the proposed rule will ever take effect.

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