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Restrictive Covenants & Nonsolicitation

Monday, March 29th, 2010 by Fred Heppner

There is a need for employers to have appropriate protection in maintaining customer relationships after an employee leaves. In general, courts recognize this. The two basic types of restrictive covenants are “noncompete,” which precludes a former employee from working in the same business as the employer for a certain period of time, and “nonsolicitation,” which…

The Importance of Associate Contracts

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006 by Earl Douglas

The best business dealings are when you deal with someone whose word and handshake are all you need … and then you put it in writing! Written contracts between owners and associates are critical. Too often, dentists tell associates to come and work for them to see how things work out. Later, if things mesh,…

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