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FTC and federal intervention on non-competes may cause unnecessary hardship on companies reasonably trying to protect their assets

With the Federal Trade Commission and Congress poised to move forward with plans to create new rules regulating non-competes and other restrictive covenants in 2022, McDonald Hopkins Member Tim Lowe is speaking out on behalf of his clients and urging the FTC to avoid taking action that could leave companies unable to protect their business interests, and instead allow states to continue regulation of such matters. Read more…