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Navigating the Maze of Restrictive Covenants in NJ Physician Employment Contracts

NJ physicians play a critical role in our healthcare system, dedicating their expertise to improving the well-being of patients. When entering into employment agreements with healthcare organizations or medical practices, NJ physicians often encounter restrictive covenants, also known as non-compete clauses. While these clauses are designed to protect the interests of the employer, they can

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Did You Graduate From A Nursing School That Is No Longer Accredited?

Recently, a number of nursing schools across the US have lost their credentials due to fraud. In essence, a number of attorney generals for various states have determined that the schools were effectively a sham, “selling” nursing degrees without requiring class attendance. Nurses who graduated from a nursing school that is no longer an approved

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What Physicians Should Know About Non-Compete and Restrictive Covenant Agreement

Employment restrictive covenants, also known as non-compete agreements, are commonly used by medical employers in New Jersey to protect their business interests and confidential information from being shared or used by former employees. These agreements can include a variety of clauses, such as non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-disclosure. In New Jersey, non-compete agreements are governed by

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Physician Compensation Models

Physician compensation can vary significantly depending on a number of factors, including the physician’s specialty, location, years of experience, and type of practice. In general, physician compensation tends to be highest in specialties that require a lot of training and education, such as surgery and radiology, and lowest in primary care specialties such as family

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COVID-19 Nursing Alert

Romanowsky Law has been contacted by a number of nurses who seek to determine what their responsibilities are during the COVID-19 emergency situation.  Specifically, nurses who are reluctant to work in this environment for a number of reasons have been threatened by their employers to be “reported” to the New Jersey Board of Nursing. For

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