What to Watch for in Employment LawNoncompete agreements appear headed for extinction. Also, look for changes to independent contractor rules.
PPP Loans and Your Veterinary PracticeA fraudulent application can deliver costly ramifications before or after a hospital sale.
Leaving So Soon?Quitting her practice after negotiating to stay post-sale put the former owner on the losing side of a lawsuit.
The odds are your practice is or was a victim of internal theft or fraud.
How to Forge a Healthy Workplace Culture
Frequent communication, detailed job descriptions and all-encompassing employee handbooks put practice owners on firmer legal ground.
A Meandering Path Forward
As the FDA stalls, Nevada and California take half steps in support of giving veterinarians a freer hand with cannabinoids.
Damage ControlAs more states contemplate permitting non-economic compensation to aggrieved pet owners, the veterinary profession needs to step up in opposition.
How Groomer Clients Become Adversaries
Pets can be injured — or worse — through sheer negligence or unforeseen events.
When an Infection Triggers a Lawsuit
A New York court case serves as a cautionary tale about hospital protocols and client communication.