If you have ever taken a position with a healthcare facility, regardless of whether it is a hospital or medical practice, then you know that non-compete agreements are often a key part of the offer letter. What can you do with your career if you sign one? Is it worth it to sign one in order to get that job? In this interview with top healthcare attorney Brigid Maloney, we discuss non-compete agreements and how enforceable they really are.
Brigid Maloney is a Partner and the Co-Leader of the Health Law Practice at Lippes, Mathias, Wexler, Friedman Law Firm in Buffalo as well as Albany New York. With over 20 years in healthcare law, Brigid has done it all…from representing digital health companies, to hospitals, medical practices, and everything in between. Therefore, who better for us to meet and discuss the various aspects surrounding employment law in healthcare. Although non-compete agreements were a main focus of this interview, Brigid provided us with so much more. Below are the questions posed to Brigid from Cornerstone Healthcare Consulting’s President, Missy Marsocci. Be sure to watch the video, this is full of valuable information!
- Is it necessary to involve an attorney for review of an employment agreement?
- What is a non-compete agreement? Should I sign it?
- Once employed, are non-compete agreements enforceable?
- One additional question you’ll have to watch to discover.
Interested to learn more about Brigid and/or contact here? Follow this link to read her bio and gain her contact information. https://www.lippes.com/team/brigid-m-maloney-57
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