— Drafting, Counseling and Litigation
The good will of a medical
practice is unique as are the individual talents and skill of each
physician. Accordingly, great care must be given to the drafting
and litigation of covenants not to compete between doctors.
The standards set in
cases involving “commercial enterprises” do
not well address the issues implicated in non-competition agreements
between doctors, which involve relationships
with referring physicians, hospital privileges, and the confidentiality
of medical records, protected by HIPPA and various enactments by
Mr. Resnick is a graduate
of both the Harvard and Maryland Law Schools, has been accorded
the highest “AV” rating by the Martindale-Hubbell national
lawyer rating service and has appeared in the Martindale-Hubbell
Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
He has extensive litigation
experience, including covenant not to compete litigation between
physicians. He is familiar with the unique issues that arise in
both drafting and litigating non-compete agreements between physicians.
Mr. Resnick is admitted
to practice before: The United States Supreme Court, The United
States Courts of Appeal for the Fourth and Sixth Circuits, The Maryland
Court of Appeals, and all state and Federal Courts in the States
of Maryland and Florida, and in the District of Columbia.
He is available to assist
you in drafting physician employment agreements, partnership agreements
and covenants not to compete, and in litigating your rights under
such covenants and agreements, in the states of Maryland, Florida
and the District of Columbia. He is further available to assist in other states, pursuant
and subject to the laws and rules of court of these jurisdictions.
the good will of your medical practice. Defend your right to fairly
compete with your former employer.
Call us to discuss your case or your legal requirements.