Can the Senate stop low-wage employers from tying up workers with non-competes?

U.S. Senators Al Franken and Chris Murphy think so. Today they will introduce  a bill titled the Mobility and Opportunity for Vulnerable Employees (MOVE) Act to try to accomplish this. It would ban noncompete agreements for workers making less than $15 an hour, or $31,000 a year, unless the minimum wage in their jurisdiction is higher. Source: Can the Senate …

Russia Ratifies the U.N. Electronic Contracts Convention – A Step Toward Market-Based Legal Principles? – Newsletter 3

I. The Purposes and Rules of the Electronic Contracts Convention II. Three Differences Between Common Law and Civil Law Legal Systems III. The Russian Federation Civil Law System Preference for Written Contracts IV. The Russian Federation and Other Ratifications of the CISG Requiring Written Contracts V. The Lithuanian Elimination of Domestic and CISG Written Contract Requirements Follows a Shift From …