First in a four-part series: Associate contracts: When are they necessary?
There are a host of decisions and options facing newly graduating veterinary
students as they work through their final year.
Veterinarians who are preparing to enter into partnerships are usually
thinking one main thought, "We are going to make such great money and
I can't wait to be able to share the workload."
Second in a three-part series
DVM Newsmagazine readers who have seen my articles in the past know that as an attorney and business counselor, I am very conservative in recommending veterinary partnerships.
As we mentioned last month, the best way to protect assets that have accumulated
over a lifetime has a great deal to do with the perceived threats.
As seasoned veterinary practitioners, we pretty much come to expect the unexpected.
Last time we reviewed a number of issues concerning situations where
veterinarians and their local or state governments come into conflict.
Knowing how to 'work' muni government reaps rewards
In the first two articles in this series on non-competition contracts,
we saw the extent to which failing to be specific or failing to be cautious
can work to the disadvantage of both parties to such an agreement.
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