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Court Broadly Interprets Ban on Physician Noncompetition Restrictions

February 19, 2015

Employment Attorney Scott Connolly In a recent decision, a Massachusetts trial court judge decided that a medical practice could not enforce noncompetition and patient nonsolicitation provisions contained in both an employment agreement and an asset purchase agreement against a physician.  This case is the first reported instance where a Massachusetts court has voided such restrictions in an asset purchase agreement.

To read the full article by Scott Connolly.