The FTC is slowing its roll on its proposal to ban noncompetes. And lawsuits are in the queue.

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On Monday, the Federal Trade Commission delayed any potential implementation of its proposal to ban employers from imposing noncompetes on their workers by extending the public comment period. With the extension, the FTC will now accept comments on the proposed rule until April 19. The deadline was March 20.

The FTC unanimously voted to extend the comment period. Commissioner Christine S. Wilson, who formally tendered her resignation on March 2 (effective March 31), issued a concurring statement. She noted that “the proposed rule is a departure from hundreds of years of precedent

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