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Webinar: Legislating Fairness: The National Movement Toward Legislation Regulating the Use of Noncompetes

Events / Wednesday, December 8, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Zoom

"The Emerging New Era for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets" Webinar Series (Part 4 of 6)

Ten states and the District of Columbia have taken steps to curb the use of noncompetes for low-wage workers in the past five years. These recently adopted or amended laws have the potential to limit, if not prevent, businesses from using noncompete provisions to block low-wage workers from jumping to competitors. What does it all mean, and where is it all heading?

Join BakerHostetler partners Marc Antonetti and Sabrina Shadi and associate Chardaie Charlemagne for this 30-minute, insightful discussion.

Register for Upcoming Webinars in the Series

Legislating Fairness: The National Movement Toward Legislation Regulating the Use of Noncompetes is the fourth installment of BakerHostetler's "The Emerging New Era for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets" webinar series. Click on the links below to register for upcoming webinars or view past recordings and podcasts in the series:

Sept. 8    

View the recording for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow or listen to the podcast

Oct. 15                    

View the recording for The Defend Trade Secrets Act: Five Years After or listen to the podcast

Nov. 10                    

View the recording for Global Reach; Extraterritoriality and DTSA Enforcement Beyond the US  

Jan. 12        

Register for Nationalizing Competitiveness and Noncompete Law: Criminal Antitrust and Federal Efforts to Curtail No-Poach and Noncompete Agreements

Feb. 9    

Register for Future Shock: How to Protect Trade Secrets When Noncompetes Become Truly Disfavored

All times will be at 1 p.m. ET, and each webinar will last approximately 30 minutes.

For live webinars only, thirty minutes of CLE credit will be available in California, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Texas and New Jersey (through reciprocity). CLE credit may be available in other states if requested or permitted.