Non-compete clauses and other restrictive covenants are common practice in employment agreements involving physicians. Restrictive covenants are normally permitted in order to protect “legitimate business interests,” so long as the “restraint is reasonably...read more
In the age of smartphones, hospitals have many privacy concerns when patients, their protected health information, and healthcare providers, are subject to being filmed by visitors on an increasing basis. State privacy laws can be violated, let alone the...read more
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