By Erik Weibust and Stuart Gerson (July 14, 2022, 6:29 p.m. EDT) — Shortly after his inauguration in 2021, President Joe Biden issued Executive Order No. 14036 on Promoting Competition in the U.S. Economy , which encouraged the Federal Trade Commission to consider exercising its

statutory regulatory authority under the Federal Trade Commission Act to limit what the administration and its advocates view as the widespread use of non-competition clauses and other clauses or agreements that could unfairly limit worker mobility.[1]

Nothing substantial has yet come of this executive order, although the FTC is apparently considering how best to proceed. However, a recent decision by the United States Supreme Court may have made this task much more…

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