Antitrust, UCL and Privacy

Competition: Fall 2019, Vol 29, No. 2

EDITOR’S NOTE

Elizabeth C. Pritzker
Pritzker Levine LLP
Oakland, CA

Antitrust, Unfair Competition and Privacy—In Labor and Employment

For the third year in a row, the Antitrust, Unfair Competition and Privacy Section has elected to present a topically-themed edition of Competition. This year’s theme centers on labor and employment and the ways in which they intersect with antitrust enforcement, unfair competition, and privacy. As an attorney who does not regularly practice in the employment space, it has been my great privilege to learn from this edition’s team of authors—all of whom provide unique perspectives on a range of topics surrounding our core theme. I am sure you will find, as I did, that the articles that follow offer helpful and informative insights on these issues.

Our first article by Jason Hartley and Fatima Brizuela addresses the issue of "no poach" labor agreement in the franchise context and discusses, in particular, the complexities of litigating a no poach class claim in the courts.

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