Sherin and Lodgen partner David I. Brody presents at BBA program on navigating the FTC’s non-compete ban

May 13, 2024

David I. Brody presented at the Boston Bar Association’s (BBA) virtual program, “Navigating the FTC’s Non-compete Ban,” on May 8. David and fellow panelists discussed the FTC’s Final Rule prohibiting most non-compete agreements, explaining what it prohibits and discussing its exceptions, practical implications for both employers and employees who may be affected, and the ongoing challenges to the Final Rule’s implementation.

David is President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, an affinity organization of attorneys committed to advancing employee rights. As a partner in Sherin and Lodgen’s award-winning Employment Department, David represents individuals in a wide range of matters, including contract negotiation and enforcement, wage and hour issues, wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, and whistleblowing. He is an experienced employment litigator, having represented individuals at trial in state and federal court, and in public hearings before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Civil Service Commission. In addition to his litigation practice, David advises executives and professionals regarding employment agreements, non-competition and other restrictive covenants, change of control agreements, equity and deferred compensation vehicles, and transition agreements.

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