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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Arrest made in Minnesota veterinary hospital arson

November 20, 2012

Practice owner plans to return to facility after renovation.

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Tensions build between private practitioners, low-cost service providers

October 1, 2012

But some private veterinary practices have found ways to co-exist with public programs and charitable organizations.

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USDA issues decertification notice to horse industry organizations

October 1, 2012

Groups challenge amended regulations to Horse Protection Act regarding soring.

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Don't call veterinary employees nurses

August 1, 2012

At least until you've familiarized yourself with your state veterinary practice acts. You're responsible for knowing and following the laws that regulate other health professions – not just veterinary clinics.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

When does a veterinary associate's restrictive covenant go too far?

August 1, 2012

I'm worried my restrictive covenant is too tight. Is it legal?

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The real future of veterinary pharmacy

June 1, 2012

New competition and proposed prescription legislation are tough pills to swallow.

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Not all noncompete agreements are created equal

June 1, 2012

Neither new graduates nor boarded specialists should suffer with boilerplate contract language.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

What to do if you suspect a client is an animal hoarder

April 1, 2012

Trust your gut and take action if you see red flags.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Craft the perfect covenant: Evaluating non-compete clauses and other restrictive contract agreements

March 1, 2012

Whether you're a business owner or associate, don't get sewn up in an ill-fitting restrictive covenant.

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