Canada’s New Wage-Fixing and No-Poach Offence

Michael Osborne contributed an article to the Concurrences No-Poach Agreements – Closing the Enforcement Gap publication, discussing wage-fixing and no-poach agreements, which are now prohibited and considered a criminal offense in Canada. Michael covers the elements of this new offense, the criminal and civil penalties, and some interpretive issues that are likely to arise when the first cases are brought.

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