|Thursday, July 26, 2018|
|03:00 PM - 03:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time|
|12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Pacific Daylight Time|
No-poaching agreements (when companies agree not to hire or recruit one another’s employees) and wage-fixing (including components of compensation) are subject to scrutiny under federal antitrust law. Because healthcare entities, especially hospitals, are often the largest single employer in a geographic area, DOJ is focusing on criminal and civil enforcement actions against them.
Recently, DOJ announced active criminal investigations related to no-poaching in the healthcare space, and its renewed interest in this type of anti-competitive behavior is an important signal for healthcare providers.
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