Physicians practicing in Texas must comply with the Physician Non-Compete Statute. A physician’s non-compete must explicitly include a buyout provision and provide physicians with additional protections not applicable in a commercial setting. Various types of contracts incorporate a physician non-compete
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Do you know your rights as a medical professional in Texas regarding your non-compete agreement? The contract you sign when you first join the medical practice likely contains a non-compete clause with restrictive covenants. Below we explain how to interpret
Geographic limitations in physician non-competes often serve as the most restrictive element for medical professionals. Even “25 miles” could force the physician to leave the state to search for another position. At Gardner Employment Law, we can help you navigate
Texas physicians, unlike employees in other industries, have a right to buy out their non-compete agreement. In this article, we dissect what is “reasonable” for a physician’s non-compete buyout. At Gardner Employment Law, we help our clients to navigate challenges
When a physician faces restrictions by a non-compete clause, how does that affect continuity of care? We address that problem in this week’s blog post. At Gardner Employment Law, we are adept at analyzing physician non-competes to find ways to
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