Antitrust and competition authorities around the world, including LATAM, are undertaking investigations and ongoing proceedings dealing with “no-poach” agreements. Increased scrutiny from these regulators means that companies and staff that agree not to poach employees from others, or fix wages, are increasingly in risk of significant financial and even criminal penalties in some jurisdictions. Even, exchanging information on compensation with other employers can be enough to break antitrust/competition laws in certain circumstances.
Join our Antitrust, Employment and M&A partners for a complimentary webinar on October 6th where we will analyze the regulatory and enforcement landscape in the US on no-poach, including the trends we are seeing in Latin American countries and the various cases by antitrust authorities in the region.
Topics to be covered include:
|Antitrust risks in the competition for labor.|
|Latin American antitrust developments in no-poach enforcement, and how to identify anti-competitive practices.|
|No-poach antitrust risks and best practices in employment and compensation.|
|Labor restrictive covenants standard practices in M&A transactions and practical guidance.|
This event is a must attend for lead HR professionals, antitrust, compliance and legal general counsels and top management of companies with operations in Latin American jurisdictions.
About this event
Thursday, October 6th
10.00 am Caracas/Santiago
Buenos Aires/São Paulo
Duration: 60 min
*Trench Rossi Watanabe and Baker McKenzie have executed a strategic cooperation agreement for consulting on foreign law