Given the risks in signing and enforcing physician non-compete agreements, doctors and medical practices should ensure the agreement is enforceable and does not impermissibly interfere with the patient’s right to continuity of care.
Indemnification and advancement are important part of any executive employment agreement, but too often companies and their leadership do not opt for a bespoke agreement and rely instead on their standard documents. Learn why custom indemnification and advancement clauses can benefit both the company and its executives.
In anticipation of the sick leave ordinance going into effect Aug. 1, here is a summary of its application, requirements, and potential penalties.
With the Texas Courts of Appeal lacking unity in their application of the TCPA, litigants face uncertainty when filing Anti-SLAPP claims. Here’s what litigants need to know about these inconsistencies.
In light of the government’s successful prosecution of the Forest Park Medical Center, health care professionals should carefully examine their contractual relationships.
An effective workplace investigation can mean the difference between effective resolution and unwanted litigation. Moreover, in the current business environment, how employers investigate potential misconduct can affect that company’s reputation almost as much as the alleged conduct itself. These are the steps to take to lay the groundwork for a proper investigation.
As more states legalize recreational and medical marijuana, employers and employees alike have questions about workplace drug policies and practices that may be outdated in light of recent legislative action.
Austin employers can take paid sick leave off their worry lists. After a new paid sick leave law was passed in Austin earlier this year, the 3rd Court of Appeals in Austin has ruled that the city’s new law was unconstitutional.
‘Tis the season for the annual office holiday party planning. The idea is a good one: express your gratitude to the hard-working team. The reality, however, can often lead to harassment claims, employee injuries, and HR headaches.