Please join Steptoe’s Antitrust Team on Wednesday, November 1, for an in depth discussion of criminal antitrust enforcement against employee no-poaching agreements. As detailed in our earlier blog post, on September 12, two high-level officials of the US Department of Justice (DOJ), Antitrust Division confirmed the Trump Administration’s continued enforcement efforts against agreements
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Intel: ‘A Whole New World’
The European Court of Justice just…
Do you need to notify a change from sole to joint control over an existing undertaking when the newly created joint venture is not full-function?
This question has been the subject of much debate with the European Commission’s case teams and has poisoned the life of companies and merger control practitioners for over a decade.…
On September 12, Andrew Finch, the Acting Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust in the U.S. Department of Justice, confirmed the Trump Administration’s commitment to the criminalization of agreements among companies not to “poach” each other’s employees and agreements on employees’ wages, policies advanced significantly during the Obama Administration.
Continue Reading Trump DOJ Confirms Criminal Enforcement against Employee No-Poaching and Wage-Fixing Agreements
On September 15, 2019, Steptoe and Japanese law firm Iwata Godo conducted a joint antitrust seminar in Tokyo addressing the international management of antitrust risks for Japanese companies.