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By Gregory E. Scallon, DeWitt Ross & Stevens, s.c.

It’s very common for a veterinary medicine clinic to include a covenant in its contracts with employed veterinarians that protects the clinic from the risk that the employed veterinarian will terminate employment, establish a competing practice, and seek to convince the clinic’s clients to shift to the new practice. Such a provision is generally referred to as a Covenant Not To Compete. We’ve written previously about the importance of such a Covenant to protect the clinic’s most valuable asset, its clients, and of the importance to be certain that such a Covenant is carefully drafted to be enforceable under Wisconsin’s strict rules.

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