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25th Annual PBI Health Law Institute, 'Increased Scrutiny of 'No-Poach' Agreements and the Impact on Health Care Practices'

Speakers: Jan P. Levine and A. Christopher Young

March 12-13, 2019
25th Annual PBI Health Law Institute, 'Increased Scrutiny of 'No-Poach' Agreements and the Impact on Health Care Practices'

Pepper Hamilton is a proud sponsor of the 25th Annual Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) Health Law Institute taking place from March 12–13, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.

Attorneys from Pepper will be speaking on the following panel:

Increased Scrutiny of "No-Poach" Agreements and the Impact on Health Care Practices
Tuesday, March 12 from 2:25–3:25 PM

Speakers
Jan P. Levine, Partner, Pepper Hamilton
A. Christopher Young, Partner, Pepper Hamilton
Deborah A. Datte, Abington Jefferson Health

In recent years, private plaintiffs, the federal antitrust agencies, state attorneys general and Congress have all turned their focus to “no-poach” agreements, which prohibit companies from hiring or soliciting each other’s workers. Private class action plaintiffs have increasingly targeted no-poach and wage-setting agreements with success in fields including health care. We will examine the current governmental and private plaintiff scrutiny of no-poach agreements, particularly as to how they may affect the health care industry in terms of “non-solicitation” and “no-hire” agreements between health care entities.

CLE credit available.

Location

Pennsylvania Convention Center
12th and Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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