Eleven states plus Washington, D.C. have wage thresholds or other criteria that must be satisfied before a noncompete can be used. They are changing again. Will your noncompetes be compliant?
Eleven states plus Washington, D.C. now have wage thresholds or other criteria that must be satisfied before a noncompete can be used. Are your noncompetes compliant?
Washington, D.C.’s new noncompete law will take effect on October 1, 2022. See what you need to know.
D.C.’s upcoming noncompete law says that it will apply as of October 1, 2022. But it is not scheduled to become “effective” until November 10, 2022. Where does that leave us?
Just as the D.C. Council was poised to walk back its 2021 unfunded noncompete ban and permit noncompetes for most people earning over $150,000, the D.C. Council amended the amendment to exempt broadcast industry employees, regardless of how much they earn. The final amendment is now with the Mayor.
D.C. is on the verge of walking back its noncompete ban, and putting in place a $150,000 wage threshold. The change is likely to be final in the next month and take effect October 1, 2022. Are you ready? You have some time, but you won’t want to miss the deadline.