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A second bite at the apple? Plaintiffs ask to reconsider a nationwide injunction on the FTC noncompete rule

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I’m a geek—I admit it. I get docket alerts whenever something happens in the FTC noncompete lawsuit pending in Texas, like last week when the judge blocked the Federal Trade Commission’s comprehensive ban on noncompetes—but only for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit. For now, your business must comply with the FTC’s Noncompete Rule.

Yesterday, however, I received another alert that the plaintiffs had asked the court to reconsider its earlier ruling and extend the ban nationwide

I don’t want to bury the lede here. Judges rarely grant motions for reconsideration. Why is that? Because a party filing that motion

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