The Vermont Legislature kicked off 2019 with bill H.1, seeking to ban non-competes in the Green Mountain State. The new bill has been filed by Martin LaLonde, who promulgated an identical bill last January. The 2018 bill was read and referred to the Committee on Commerce and Economic Development and never made further progress. Rep.
On May 22nd, Oregon enacted its own social networking privacy law, becoming the thirteenth state nationwide to do so. The law aims to protect employee social-networking privacy by prohibiting their employers from requiring access to employees’ accounts.