Former manager accuses GM of misconduct in no-poaching case


Law360 (September 7, 2021, 5:36 p.m. EDT) – Former director of a healthcare staffing company indicted on criminal antitrust charges for allegedly suppressing school nurse salaries in Las Vegas has accused the US Department of Justice prosecution misconduct the agency’s handling of his case.

Ryan Hee, a former director of VDA OC LLC, filed a motion to dismiss in Nevada federal court on Friday, claiming he was not made aware of an ongoing criminal investigation when an FBI agent called him down. had questioned in the absence of a lawyer.

Hee also said the agent didn’t tell him that three lawyers from the DOJ’s antitrust division were listening …

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