How the FTC Non‑Compete Ban Could Impact CPOs, CCOs and Other Top Executives

Compliance, privacy and information security officers, and other senior figures, have ample reason to take notice of the FTC’s Non-Compete Clause Rule (Final Rule), which would almost entirely ban non-compete clauses with retroactive effect for most workers. Company leaders could feel the effects of the Final Rule both in their management roles and in their own employment contracts. This article examines the implications of the Final Rule, which could become effective in September 2024, and offers analysis on its exceptions, alternatives for employers, potential workplace benefits and the procedural road ahead. See “What Employers Should Know About the FTC’s Proposed Ban on Non-Compete Provisions” (Mar. 8, 2023).

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