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What would be the grounds for the US Chamber of Commerce to sue the FTC over its new rule concerning noncompetes?

Question #1: What would be the grounds for the US Chamber of Commerce to sue the FTC over its new rule concerning noncompetes? In the United States anybody can sue anybody. Whether the US Chamber of ...
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What would be the grounds for the US Chamber of Commerce to sue the FTC over its new rule concerning noncompetes?

I'm just slightly expanding on Dan's wonderful answer in regards to the second question: Why is banning noncompetes so controversial? It is not (among normal people). The United States Chamber of ...
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What would be the grounds for the US Chamber of Commerce to sue the FTC over its new rule concerning noncompetes?

Last question first: Banning non-competes is opposed by the Chamber of Commerce because the Chamber of Commerce represents businesses, and businesses believe that non-compete clauses protect their ...
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Why did food "double standard" reach the political level?

As far as I know, food industry is highly regulated in most if not all EU countries (clear list of ingredients, explicit list of food additives, calories per 100g/serving etc.). From what I ...
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Why did food "double standard" reach the political level?

Believe or not, the EU actually published a study on that a couple of year later. Today, the Commission published the results of a pan-European testing campaign of food products showing that some ...
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