Dentist Lawyers present to 4th year U of T students (Part 3): Restrictive Covenants

As a follow up to my last two blogs (part 1: independent contractors vs. employees; part 2: oral agreements – are they valid?), in this blog, I address one of the big issues that always pops up in the context of associate agreements: RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS. These are clauses in an agreement that say that one party is not allowed to do something that they otherwise would be able to do. Watch the video to find out more about this topic…

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