• Categories: Business, California

    On October 10, 2019, the California Attorney General’s office published draft regulations to operationalize the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).[1] Although the draft regulations are still subject to comment and will not be in final, enforceable form until July 2020, they provide helpful insights into how the final regulations are likely to look.

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  • Not all non-compete agreements are created equal. Those for physicians and surgeons practicing in Texas, for instance, must address certain areas that may surprise you. If a physician or surgeon is practicing under license [...]

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  • There’s a common misconception that non-compete agreements aren’t enforceable in Texas. Fortunately for employers in the Lone Star State, this is untrue. However, there are a few hoops to jump through to help ensure [...]

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  • Categories: Antitrust, Business

    The American economy is built upon competition. For that reason, the Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) take very seriously agreements that seem to undermine this basic principle. But [...]

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