hypnosMD

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So you may ask "how does Northstar steal a contract claiming that the existing no-compete is void, yet place its own no-compete on the same docs?".
To make the no compete enforceable, it needs to have an actual buyout number on the employee (such as 500K a person, etc). Northstar does this to protect themselves from the claim of "for the good of the public". They can counter argue the value of their business.
Any existing private practice groups, review your contracts and consider adding an actual buyout number to protect your interests.
 
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