Protecting Investments In People And IP While Avoiding Criminal Sanctions

30 Aug 2018
Reprinted with permission

The U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division has recently taken steps to prosecute anti-poaching pacts between companies that hinder an individual’s ability to leave one organization for another. In their article for Today's General Counsel, “Protecting Investments In People And IP While Avoiding Criminal Sanctions,” Morrison & Foerster partners Roxann E. Henry and Eric Akira Tate analyze the DOJ initiatives and provide guidance on how to avoid potential enforcement actions.



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