No Poaching

Overview

With deep expertise analyzing data and testifying about Antitrust and Labor and Employment issues, Edgeworth experts are uniquely positioned to provide accurate and compelling analyses in no-poaching litigation.

We draw on unparalleled experience analyzing compensation and hiring through firm-level labor and employment transactional data, including applicant tracking data, human resources data covering job history, performance, and other aspects of employment experience, as well as external labor market data sources. Our experts leverage this experience to empirically analyze whether patterns of data are consistent or inconsistent with the constrained movement between firms and the associated wage suppression alleged to result from no-poaching arrangements.

Case Experience

Case Experience

Insights & News

Publications

  • Law360 | 05.23.2018

    In anticipation of future civil class actions related to no-poach and wage-fixing agreements, Edgeworth Partners Dr. Stephen Bronars and Dr. Deborah Foster have published a two-part primer in Law360 on wage analyses that are frequently used in employment discrimination cases and will become increasingly relevant as labor issues cross over into the antitrust arena.

  • Law360 | 05.23.2018

    In anticipation of future civil class actions related to no-poach and wage-fixing agreements, Edgeworth Partners Dr. Stephen Bronars and Dr. Deborah Foster have published a two-part primer in Law360 on wage analyses that are frequently used in employment discrimination cases and will become increasingly relevant as labor issues cross over into the antitrust arena.

Speaking Engagements

Practice Contacts

Experts

Edgeworth Client Prevails in No-Poaching Antitrust Litigation

Edgeworth CEO Dr. John Johnson, working with Principal Consultant Dr. David Colino, was retained by AMN Healthcare, a major healthcare staffing company to analyze the economics of the healthcare contingent staffing industry and to respond to the analyses and opinions put forward by Plaintiff’s economic expert. Dr. Johnson submitted two reports in the case analyzing issues relevant to market definition, market power, harm to competition, and damages, and was subsequently deposed. 

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