Wage Fixing

No Company is Too Big to Play Fair.


Wage fixing occurs when companies in the same industry conspire or agree to suppress employee earnings below the market rate. Competitors may also have agreements to refuse to solicit or hire each other’s employees, referred to "anti-poaching" agreements. This conduct harm employees’ livelihood and may violate federal antitrust laws.

If you know or have reason to believe that your employer is sharing compensation information with a similar employer for the purpose setting wages low, you may be able to bring an antitrust claim. Moreover, if you know or have reason to believe that your employer has an agreement with its competitor not to hire its employees, you may also have a claim. To learn more or speak with an attorney, please contact our Civil Rights and Impact litigation group. Our clerk is available at (877) 344-4628 or online, and will be able to discuss your concerns and connect you with one of our attorneys.

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