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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

  • 12
  • March
  • 2019

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DOJ Fans the Flames in Support of Plaintiffs Suing Former Employers in Private Antitrust Fray

The Department of Justice Antitrust Division (the “DOJ”) recently put its thumb on the scale in favor of plaintiffs with respect to the standard to be applied in antitrust litigation involving purported “no-poach” agreements among competing employers. In a rare move, the DOJ filed a statement of interest in the ongoing lawsuit, In re Railway Industry Employee No-Poach Antitrust Litigation – a multi-district class action filed by several former employees against two of the world’s largest rail equipment suppliers.

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The Importance of Investigation Protocols Amid Heightened Corporate Exposure

In the face of well-publicized corporate scandals such as #MeToo, and in response to heightened corporate accountability standards under Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank, internal investigations serve as a critical component of an effective governance and corporate compliance program. While companies recognize the need to conduct internal investigations to respond to allegations of potential misconduct, many companies have not adopted a written investigation policy or protocol.

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Internships Are Not Bribes, Right? Don't Bank on It.

The SEC announced last week another agreement by an international bank to pay approximately $30 million to resolve charges in connection with alleged improper hiring practices in the Asia Pacific region to influence foreign officials. The financial giant in this agreement joins several banks recently resolving FCPA charges in connection employment practices overseas.

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