Anti-poaching

Apple and Other Tech Companies’ Anti-Poaching Settlement Rejected

Judge Lucy Koh has rejected the $324.5 million settlement reached between tech workers and the companies involved in the anti-poaching conspiracy lawsuit: Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe (via CNBC). Under the terms of the agreement, the plaintiffs’ counsel may seek up to 25% (of the $324.5 million or roughly $81 million) in attorneys’ fees, $1.2...

Anti-Poaching Lawsuit Witnesses Want to Use Evidence Against Steve Jobs

Earlier this week, four major tech companies, who are a part of no-hire agreements in Silicon Valley, had argued in a court filing that witnesses at an upcoming trial should not be allowed to offer evidence that Steve Jobs’ personality was that of a “bully”. However, Reuters is reporting that a court document filed today by employees suing the...