NPGA Speaks Out Against FTC Rulemaking
On April 17, 2023, NPGA joined almost 300 other associations representing 45 states to submit a joint comment to the Federal Trade Commission regarding its Proposed Rule on non-compete clauses. Previously, NPGA had spoken out against the rulemaking at a public listening session. The joint comment stressed the need to protect confidential business information, benefits to companies and workers, and increased wages and benefits. The comment further discussed the Federal Trade Commission’s overreach in proposing the rule. NPGA plans on monitoring the docket and supplementing its engagement as necessary. For more information, please contact Vice President for Regulatory & Industry Affairs Benjamin Nussdorf.
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