Physician Contract Tips

THE COST OF REVIEWING YOUR NEW JERSEY PHYSICIAN’S CONTRACT

The cost of having a New Jersey physician’s contract reviewed by a lawyer can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the contract, the lawyer’s experience and expertise, and the location where the lawyer is practicing. It is best to consult with lawyers in your area to get an accurate estimate of the […]

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WHO IS REALLY REVIEWING YOUR PHYSICIAN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT?

New Jersey physicians seeking a contract review have a number of choices. In fact, the legal business of physician contract reviews is becoming a cottage industry with cutthroat prices becoming the norm. Why do some physician contract attorneys charge more than others? The answer is simple: “YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!” The lowest price

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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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All You Need to Know About a Physician’s Letter of Intent

A physician’s employment contract helps to protect both the employer and the practitioner to ensure that their rights are reserved.  One of the documents that play a part in how a contract is prepared is the physician’s letter of intent, which helps both parties have more precise expectations of what each of them needs. In

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Reasons Why You Should Always Give Notice Before Quitting Your Physician Job

In any professional career, there are times when you may not feel satisfied with the current work you have and consider moving on to other opportunities. However, in most employment contracts — including a physician employment agreement — you must give at least two weeks’ notice before quitting. You may think that there?s no real

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Three Mistakes Physicians Make When Litigating a Non-Compete Agreement

A non-compete agreement—sometimes referred to as “covenant not to compete”— is a contract agreement between the employer and employee or the business and the partner. The agreement is designed to restrict one party from working in the same profession and area for a certain amount of time, thus becoming a “non-competitor.” In the medical field,

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Why It’s Important to Hire an Attorney to Review Your Physician Employment Contract

If you’ve received a job offer from a potential employer, make sure you don’t sign it before a lawyer has gone over it with you. Regulations surrounding the healthcare industry can be quite strict. This means that physician employment agreements contain things that may not be included in the physician employment contract. It’s definitely worth

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