After Loper Bright, FTC Awaits Its Turn At-Bat

In an Agencies Roundup post several weeks ago, I revisited the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) newly adopted—and not-yet-effective—rule barring the use of noncompete agreements across much of the U.S. economy. It was not my first such post (my ninth, if I’ve counted correctly, and if readers will forgo armchair diagnoses of monomania). The last time around, I noted consolidated challenges to the rule being heard in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, where Judge Ada Brown has said that he will issue a decision on the motion for a stay of the rule’s effective date by July 3.

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