In June 2023, amendments to the Competition Act take effect that will allow Canadian employees to sue their employers for conspiratorial conduct.
In this video, our Litigation and Competition lawyers reflect on the new buy-side conspiracy causes of action through the lens of a recent Federal Court of Appeal case, consider the expected implications of the new amendments on employers’ class action exposure, and discuss what employers can do to mitigate these new risks
Speakers: David Gadsden, Arlan Gates, Brendan O’Grady, Jing Xu
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For additional resources relating to the above topic, please refer to below:
- Employers – Comply or face criminal liability on no poach and wage fixing agreements under the Competition Act (Video Chat)
- Competition law amendments prohibit no-poach and wage-fixing agreements
- Antitrust & Competition News and Updates Hub
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