Noncompete and No-Poach Agreements in Healthcare: Navigating New Executive Order, State Laws, Private Litigation
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide healthcare counsel on noncompete agreements and other restrictive covenants in healthcare. The panel will discuss the recent Biden Executive Order (EO) and its implications for the use of noncompete and no-poach agreements in the healthcare industry. The panel will examine agency guidance and state laws as well as private litigation. The panel will also offer best practices for navigating noncompete and no-poach agreements in healthcare.
- Restrictive covenants in healthcare
- Biden EO and its implications for healthcare
- Agency guidance
- State laws
- Private litigation
- Best practices for noncompete and no-poach agreements in healthcare
The panel will review these and other issues:
- What does the recent Biden EO mean for the healthcare industry and the use of noncompete agreements?
- How are states restricting the use of noncompete agreements?
- How can the healthcare industry properly implement restrictive covenants while complying with state law and the Biden EO?
Adam N. Hirsch
Roetzel & Andress
Mr. Hirsch focuses his practice on commercial and business litigation, representing a wide variety of clients ranging... | Read More
Mr. Hirsch focuses his practice on commercial and business litigation, representing a wide variety of clients ranging from individuals to small business owners to large corporations. He has a particular focus on investment disputes and business fraud claims and has represented investors and investment companies as plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits around the country. Mr. Hirsch regularly writes and presents on current issues relating to business fraud. He also has extensive experience litigating contract disputes and has argued and tried multi-million dollar contract issues before judges and juries nationwide. Mr. Hirsch also has experience in advising clients in employment disputes relating to matters such as separation, severance, non-solicitation, and noncompete agreements.Close
Jayme R. Matchinski
Greensfelder Hemker & Gale
Ms. Matchinski draws on her extensive experience in health and corporate law to help healthcare companies handle the... | Read More
Ms. Matchinski draws on her extensive experience in health and corporate law to help healthcare companies handle the complex regulatory and operational issues unique to the industry. She assists with compliance, reimbursement, licensure and certification issues affecting healthcare providers, as well as with the purchase, sale and formation of healthcare entities. Ms. Matchinski, the former vice president of a national healthcare consulting firm, has successfully represented providers in reimbursement claims against insurance carriers and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. She works with physicians and healthcare systems in the licensure, certification, legal structure and reimbursement structuring of post-acute venues of care.Close
Leigh L. Oliver
Hogan Lovells US
Ms. Oliver's practice is devoted to antitrust law, including counseling and litigation on a wide range of legal and... | Read More
Ms. Oliver's practice is devoted to antitrust law, including counseling and litigation on a wide range of legal and policy issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and competitor collaborations under federal and state antitrust laws. She has extensive experience working on government investigations into prospective and post-consummated mergers and acquisitions, coordinating all aspects of multi-jurisdictional merger reviews and investigations, and handling non-merger government investigations.Close