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Are Non-Competition Agreements Enforceable or Not?

Non-competition agreements usually bar healthcare professionals both from encouraging patients to follow them to a new practice and from practicing for a certain period of time within a certain distance of the former employer’s location. There is much debate in the healthcare and legal communities, however, over the extent to which these non-compete clauses are enforceable—if at all. The truth is that non-competition agreements are sometimes enforceable and sometimes not, depending on their specific restrictions and circumstances. Continue reading

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Physicians’ Ethics: When to File a Disability Insurance Claim

A physicians considering filing a disability insurance claim must reach a difficult decision: Is it really time to look after his or her own health? Or should he or she just keep working through the pain? An article in American Medical … Continue reading

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