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Episode 89- Dental Associate Agreements from an Associate's Perspective: Restrictive Covenants

In this sixth episode of the Dental Associate Agreements from an Associate’s Perspective season, the Dental Amigos tackle one of the most hotly contested topics in associate contracts: restrictive covenants.

Rob and Paul

Rob and Paul explain the different types of non-competition and non-solicitation covenants and how they affect an associate’s ability to practice dentistry. They discuss why it is vitally important for these covenants to be precise and well-defined in associate agreements to prevent conflicts and possibly costly litigation. And finally, the Dental Amigos answer a big question looming in nearly every associate’s mind— are restrictive covenants enforceable? 

 Listeners who want to reach out to Paul can do so at Paul@DentalNachos.com and those who want to reach out to Rob can do so at Rob@RMontgomery-Law.com.

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