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Increased Scrutiny of "No-Poach" Agreements and the Impact on Health Care Practices

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In recent years, private plaintiffs, the federal antitrust agencies, state attorneys general and Congress have all turned their focus to "no-poach" agreements, which prohibit companies from hiring or soliciting each other's workers. Private class action plaintiffs have increasingly targeted no-poach and wage-setting agreements with success in fields including health care. We will examine the current governmental and private plaintiff scrutiny of no-poach agreements, particularly as to how they may affect the health care industry in terms on "non-solicitation" and "no-hire" agreements between health care entities.

Recorded at A Day on Health Law in October 2019.

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NameFirm/Company
Deborah A. Datte Esq. Jefferson Health
Jan P. Levine Esq. Pepper Hamilton LLP (Phila)
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