Fla. Security Cos. Look To Ditch No-Poach Conspiracy Suit
Law360 (May 16, 2019, 6:53 PM EDT) -- The owners of multiple private security guard companies and their attorneys fought back Wednesday against a proposed class action accusing them of running a no-poaching conspiracy to suppress security guard wages, arguing the suit is trying to transform uncontroversial noncompete agreements into a federal antitrust case.
Florida-based KKP Holdings LLC and Critical Intervention Services Inc. and their counsel the Solomon Law Group PA say former private security guard Michael W. Kenny’s lawsuit against them fails to allege any actual antitrust claims. They say the suit is trying to use “creative pleading” to weaponize Florida state court orders enforcing noncompete agreements and...
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