Bonnie Lau, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP to Speak at “No-Poach” Agreement Enforcement: Hot-Buttons in 2020 and Beyond LIVE Webcast

This event is scheduled for Tuesday, December 10, 2019 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET.

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About Bonnie Lau
Bonnie’s practice focuses on antitrust and unfair competition class action litigation in federal and state courts, as well as enforcement proceedings before agencies in the U.S. and other countries. She leverages her almost 15 years of experience in civil and criminal antitrust litigation and investigations to advise clients across a range of industries that face government scrutiny, including technology and manufacturing. Bonnie has defended companies in antitrust and related complex litigation involving claims of price-fixing, output suppression, monopolization, and group boycott, as well as prosecuted antitrust counterclaims in patent and IP infringement matters. She regularly serves as lead counsel on antitrust price-fixing cartel matters in the Northern District of California.

Bonnie devotes herself to promoting diversity in the legal community, serving as Chair-Elect of the Leadership Council for Legal Diversity Fellows Alumni; Co-Chair of the Women’s Leadership Network for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association; and Advisory Board member of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.

About Morrison & Foerster LLP
With approximately 1,000 lawyers in 17 offices, Morrison & Foerster is a preeminent global law firm dedicated to delivering business-oriented results to clients across the United States, Europe and Asia. Dynamic technology and life science companies, large financial institutions, leading consumer product companies and other market leaders come to Morrison & Foerster for knowledge, innovation and business aptitude. Morrison & Foerster handles some of the world’s largest crossborder transactions and resolves major disputes across multiple jurisdictions. The firm has a long-standing commitment to pro bono work and social justice.

“No-poach” agreements remain to be the U.S. government’s top antitrust enforcement agenda as shown by the latest advocacy efforts of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Just recently, the DOJ filed Statements of Interest in a number of pending lawsuits to clarify that “no-poach” agreements involved in those cases were not per se unlawful and should be examined under federal antitrust laws. Although the DOJ’s statements might help defendants in securing a case’s dismissal, changes in relevant antitrust doctrine can pose significant challenges. Furthermore, state attorneys general and private plaintiffs are expected to continuously challenge no-poach agreements in the context of state antitrust laws.

To help antitrust and human resources (HR) professionals understand no-poach agreement enforcement, The Knowledge Group has assembled a panel of key thought leaders to provide an in-depth discussion of the most recent regulatory and judicial developments during a LIVE Webcast. They will also offer the best compliance practices and effective litigation strategies to avoid risks and pitfalls.

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