Lock it up

The Federal Trade Commission is in the process of making changes to its rule for non-compete clauses. The commission posted its proposal Jan. 5 and opened it up for public discussion. According to legal experts, the change isn’t likely to go into effect until April 2024. It could even face court battles.Along with its proposed rule change, the FTC provided supplemental information which states: …

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