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Healthcare Industry Diagnoses Impact of FTC’s Noncompete Rule

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Last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a proposed rule to ban most noncompete agreements nationwide, with very limited exceptions. The sweeping rule forbids any contractual term between an employer and a worker that prevents the worker from accepting employment with a competitor or operating a competitive business after the conclusion of the worker’s employment with the employer. The proposed rule also includes an expansive definition of “worker,” including employees, independent contractors, interns, and even volunteers, and includes no exception for executive or highly compensated employees. After more than a year, during which the public, and the healthcare industry

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